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The mountain is still on top
Challenges

The mountain is still on top

Despite the various crises – Brexit, Covid, war in Ukraine…-, the Alps resorts still attract French and foreign customers looking for a property on the piste. Indeed, in January, the Alps saw their attendance rate increase. According to the National Observatory of...

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A New York Mansion Once Owned by Gianni Versace Asks $70 Million
The Wall Street Journal

A New York Mansion Once Owned by Gianni Versace Asks $70 Million

A New York mansion formerly owned by Gianni Versace, eponymous designer of the haute couture house launched in 1978, has just been put up for sale by Nikki Field and her daughter Amanda Field Jordan from Sotheby's International Realty. This 17-room mansion, bought...

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Italy, Spain, Portugal: the three-way bet for real estate investors
Les Echos

Italy, Spain, Portugal: the three-way bet for real estate investors

If prices have fallen in Italy, they explode in Spain and Portugal. But the price per square meter in these countries remains very affordable compared to what is practiced in France. Unlike Spain and Portugal, the health crisis has not benefited the Italian market...

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Next stop: Côte d’Opale, for a better life
Visite Summer

Next stop: Côte d’Opale, for a better life

Since the quarantines linked to the health crisis, the French have been looking for space and greenery. Thus, their desire to buy has evolved and 32% of second-time buyers wish to acquire a secondary residence. “The second home market eased up a lot during President...

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Real estate: prices in Paris, district by district
Le Figaro

Real estate: prices in Paris, district by district

The Parisian market, although dynamic in all the arrondissements, is full of contrasts. Indeed, the price gaps are widening between the rare luxury goods that are sold quickly and expensively and those that are more common, more discussed. In the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and...

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In Ile-de-France, a house in the countryside, at all costs
Le Figaro

In Ile-de-France, a house in the countryside, at all costs

2022, much like 2021 was, starts in a hyperactive way in the real estate world. Neither the health crisis nor the future presidential elections calm the buying fever of families looking to expand and buy a property with an outdoor space. If Boulogne-Nord remains the...

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Should we expect a drop in the real estate market this year?
Le Figaro

Should we expect a drop in the real estate market this year?

The health crisis has reminded that real estate is a safe investment, a trend that is only being confirmed in the current context. The market is still just as dynamic across France. The rise in prices is 1.8% over 3 months and almost 8% over a rolling year. An...

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Le Point

"Above all, close to a renowned school..."

What role does school district play in the purchase of a property in Paris? It is one of the main criteria for buyers. The most renowned private schools, middle schools and high schools being concentrated in the west of Paris, young couples end up heading to this...

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Luxury real estate: the French are returning in force to the metropolises
My Sweet Immo

Luxury real estate: the French are returning in force to the metropolises

After the enthusiasm for the countryside due to the quarantines, the French and Europeans are once again showing the desire to settle in the large metropolises. Indeed, “following quarantines, people are now rediscovering the joys of a cultural (exhibitions,...

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Ile-de-France: three green gems in Greater Paris
Le Point

Ile-de-France: three green gems in Greater Paris

Since the quarantine, Saint-Cloud, Sèvres and Saint-Germain-en-Laye have been extremely coveted by Parisians looking for a better quality of life. These three cities offer more space, greenery and lower prices than those charged in the capital for houses and large...

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