The price of a building plot in France rose by an average of 1.7% last year to reach €87m², although it was by no means a one-way street across the country.
The notaires have recently published their figures for the movement in house prices for the first half of the year, for each department of France.
New figures show the housing market in France performed strongly in the first half of the year, against the backdrop of historically low interest rates.
The British may be the largest group of international buyers of French property, but the Belgian share is growing and the Scandinavians spend most.
Sales of property in France to British nationals grew in 2018 over 2017, for both residents and non-residents, with the most popular region Nouvelle Aquitaine.
The average sale price of a rural French property rose by 2.1% last year to €168,200, but with significant variations between departments.
The notaires in Normandy have recently published departmental house price figures for the past year.
A new study by the notaires reviews the state of the housing market along the length of the French Atlantic coast.
Despite its status as the economic powerhouse of the south-west, property in and around Toulouse is surprisingly affordable.
House prices in the Charente Maritime averaged €180,000 last year, broadly stable with 2017 and a rise of 1.7% over the past 5 years.
The notaires in the Auvergne region have presented their review of house prices for 2018.
If you have ever wondered what your neighbour paid for their property, now you might be able to satisfy your curiosity.
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