House prices in France appear to be resisting any major fall, but precise and reliable information continues to remain scarce.
The recent clarification of capital gains rules is tempting high net worth individuals back into the French property market, according to Leggett Immobilier.
House prices are continuing to fall in France, but it's the usual narrative of a very mixed picture across the country, with localised information patchy.
Expect to pay anything between €4,000 and €4 million a hectare for a vineyard in France!
At the crossroads of the three departments of Gironde, Dordogne and Lot-et-Garonne, the Pays Foyen offers an exceptional position alongside the River Dordogne.
In their annual review of the rural property market, the French land agency SAFER provide a glimpse into trends in house prices and international buying activity.
Housing construction in France this year is likely to drop 18% from 2012 to 250,000.
House prices in France fell by around 2% in 2012, according to the French notaires, a figure that appears to be accelerating in 2013.
The department of Creuse in the Limousin region has the lowest average prices in the whole of France, so what is it like and what do you get for your money?
Ski property prices continued to rise in Haute-Savoie in 2012, while there was a marginal fall in prices in Savoie.
New homes built fell by 17% last year, whilst sales by a similar 18%, despite which average prices held up.
The average price of a building plot in France in 2011 was €63m², an increase of 7.6% over 2010.
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