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.
A new study demonstrates the variation in average house prices in the department of Herault, which range from €95,000 to €387,000.
The housing market in and around Bordeaux continues to be characterised by above average increases in prices.
House prices in the Charente department of France have generally bucked the trend of the rest of the Nouvelle Aquitaine region.
Rrent levels in France averaged €12.80m2 last year, with smaller properties attracting the highest yields.
Several French estate agents have published reviews of the housing market for last year, but from a perspective that will be of little value to rural property buyers and sellers.
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