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Real estate: in Ile-de-France, the new price situation, city by city


OUR ADVICE - While the market is slowing down, sellers are still refusing to lower their price requirements. But the buyers, determined not to pay too much, are negotiating fiercely.

In the opinion of Catherine van Aal, associate director of the Barnes agency in Neuilly-sur-Seine, the real estate frenzy of the post-Covid years is a thing of the past: “Sales times have


The buyers take care of the slightest defect.

If the property is located on the 1st floor of a building, it is not of high standing or it overlooks a busy artery, the seller must revise its price downwards.

Thus, within the same co-ownership boulevard Jean Mermoz, an apartment with a balcony on the top floor can sell for 15,000 €/m² when, for the same surface area, that on the 1st floor will sell for 10,000 €/m².

The 1.6% drop in prices in Neuilly-sur-Seine, according to data from the Chamber of Notaries of Greater Paris, only affects a certain category of goods.

Houses remain popular in the city and continue to be exchanged quickly and at exorbitant prices, such as this pavilion with a garden overlooking a private road rue du Château, sold for 6 million euros before work.

“In Neuilly, the exceptional…

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Source: lefigaro

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