French property market holds steady

Bordeaux: older flats up 19.8% in year

This article takes a look at the property market both in Paris and across the regions at the end of July 2018. The information is the most comprehensible available as it comes from the Notaires de France, who handle every purchase in France. Here the term ‘older’ homes refers to ones built more than five years ago.

A dip in the number of properties up for sale in recent months has prompted reports of a reversal of fortunes to the  recovering French property market.

But the Notaires de France insist there is no cause for concern, with figures up to the end of July 2018 showing 950,000 sales completed in 12 months.

Overall, the trend remains positive with sales volumes in 2018 returning to levels last seen in the early 2000s, amid growing confidence in ...

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