Entertainment Real Estate: The sale of energy strainers up

10:05  28 november  2021
10:05  28 november  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

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En raison de la loi Climat Résilience, qui interdit la mise en location de passoires énergétiques d'ici 2025, de nombreux propriétaires mettent en vente leur appartement ayant un mauvais diagnostic énergétique. Sauf que les acquéreurs boudent les passoires énergétiques, ce qui fait baisser les prix. © Olivier Morin / AFP because of the law climate resilience, which prohibits the rental of energy colanders by 2025, many owners put on sale their apartment having an energetic bad diagnosis. Except that buyers move the energy comissions, which lowers prices.

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in many cities, the number of energy strainers on the market is rising: + 72% over one year in Paris, + 74% in Rennes and + 40% in Lyon and Lille according to the Seloger group figures. This is also the case in Rouen, where Julien and his companion have made the choice to sell the studio of 15m2 they had bought 5 years ago. After the departure of their tenant, they made a new diagnosis of energy performance. Result: The apartment is now ranked G. So it will be necessary to carry out it for rent.

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and beyond the cost - between 8,000 and 13,000 euros, despite the aid - Julien regrets the lack of feasibility of the operation. "The diagnosis advocates work, including replacing the heating system with a heat pump, except that it is in a copro. It is therefore necessary for authorizations: that of other co-owners and town planning. Not to count, the cost of the work "He explains. It is not to mention the lack of rent, for the duration of the work, while the couple has a credit to repay. Selling its energy strainer is not any rest. This kind of housing is becoming more and more bounted by the buyers and necessarily, prices fall.

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