By Jean-René Van der Plaetsen
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It is both a macro-economic subject so sensitive that it touches on politics and an everyday concern for most French people. Because they support several fundamental sectors of activity and concern every family, whether large or not, real estate prices have indeed become an indicator of the country's economic health, but also a witness to the morale of French households. This is why Figaro Magazine devotes two major issues each year to real estate – a very vast subject because it concerns prices by agglomeration as well as the building sector (through new construction programs) or access to credit (through the banking system) – and therefore housing policy.
This year, we offer you a third special report on the subject because most specialists agree that real estate prices...
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