The French are superheroes who ignore each other. Because it takes determination and talent to get the €38 billion of public money poured into housing policy each year. On Monday, the catalogue of mini-measures ginned by Elisabeth Borne in the face of the crisis in the sector also drew the cartography of an administrative and jargony maquis. When Minister Olivier Klein says he is in charge of the "residential path" rather than simply housing, he already announces an adventure.
So for the aspiring owner. Outside tense areas, if he buys in the old, he will only be able to benefit from a zero loan rate (PTZ) if he carries out a heavy thermal renovation - based on the diagnosis of energy performance, mandatory as lead, asbestos, or even termites and xylophages diagnoses, and noise depending on the area. Renovation that will make it eligible for the famous MaPrimeRénov' (in "serenity" version for the most modest), moreover combinable with the eco-PTZ as well as...
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