The latest departmental market analysis shows average prices outside of Paris ranging from €650m² in the Creuse to €3,900m² in the Alpes Maritimes.
A combination of relatively low house prices, striking beauty and tranquillity make the Dordogne a popular choice for prospective international property buyers.
Vineyard prices in France rose by an average of 3.8% last year, with prices anything between €5,000 and €5 million a hectare.
The price of agricultural land in France ranges on average from €2K/hectare up to €17K/hectare, and price movements last year were just as varied.
According to a recent survey, rent levels in the towns and cities of France averaged €12.60m2 last year, but with substantial variations across the country.
Brexit has created some hesitancy amongst British buyers of French property, with sales last year slightly down on 2015.
The cheapest villages in Brittany in which to buy a house, for an average price as low as €53,000.
The French rural land agency SAFER have produced a useful analysis of the price of country property in France and the most popular areas for international buyers.
The movement in house prices in France over the past three years shows substantial variation across the country, but with few signs of any significant increase in prices.
The notaires have issued significant, mostly downward, revisions to their analysis of house price movements for the third quarter of 2016.
The notaires report that house prices outside of Paris rose by an average of 1.5% in the third quarter, reflecting the high level of sales activity in the market.
Despite the controversy that frequently rages in France about the lack
of suitable housing, in reality the country has one of the largest
house-building programmes in Europe.
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