Burgundy Real Estate

During the last decade prices in France have been constantly increasing. The French region of Burgundy is no exeption and has been attracting more and more foreigners in search of holiday homes.

Property Market Facts in Burgundy
Property ownership
Burgundy accounts for a total of 61% owners.
Burgundy region is a chance and an economical opportunity for the British looking for buying a permanent family home in France.

Second home ownership
In Burgundy second homes accounts for approximately 18% of total housing stock of the region.
More and more foreigners, notably British buy properties as second home, in Burgundy and especially in the Côte-d'Or department.

Most popular departments
Number of properties in the most famous departments in south of France like Dordogne being limitated, since 2004, British are finally interested on the Côte-d'Or.
Important towns and villages where foreign people already live or intend to purchase:
Côte d'Or: Beaune, Châtillon-sur-Seine, Dijon, Montbard, Talant, Auxonne,Saulieu, Ahuy, Pouilly en Auxois, Is-sur-Tille.
Yonne: Sens, Tonnerre, Auxerre, Joigny, Avallon,St Florentin,Chablis, Champigny, Toucy.
Saône et Loire: Cluny, Autun, Beaurepaire en Bresse, Châlon-sur-Saône, Chauffailles, Digoin, Louhans, Mâcon, Paray le Monial, St Germain du Bois, Tournus.
Nièvre: Clamecy, Château-Chinon, Luzy, Marzy, Nevers,Prémery, Donzy, Cosne-Cours sur Loire, Guérigny.

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