Older houses are hot properties in France

Low mortgage rates have driven up prices for older homes in France by more than 4% in a year, according to a price index by LPI-SeLoger.

In the 12 months to July 2019, the average price for non-new-build houses rose 4.4% to €3,685/m².

Older apartments commanded an average price of €3,138/m² – an increase of 3.8% on the same month in 2018, the estate agents’ property ...

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