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Money Reconfinement: will property prices go down this time?

13:05  29 october  2020
13:05  29 october  2020 Source:   immobilier.lefigaro.fr

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While the French will once again have to remain confined, the notaries believe that prices will not be affected.

Five months after the deconfinement , we left for a tour. For at least four weeks, the French will not be able to leave their homes , except for exceptions. A prospect that worries more than a third (34% exactly) of Internet users surveyed by Le Figaro Immobilier. This figure even climbs to 46% for households intending to buy real estate and drops to 25% for buyers.

That is to say the tense climate in which the market finds itself which was recovering after the first confinement. "Health and economic uncertainty prevails and at this stage, the wait-and-see attitude remains in order", note the notaries of France in their latest economic report . They expect sales volumes to stagnate by the end of the year. "The recovery could only take place next spring thanks to an economic catch-up and a crisis under control", add the notaries. Which is far from being the case, quite the contrary.

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Wait-and-see attitude

On the price side, nearly one in two French people (49% exactly) think they will increase, according to the Figaro Immobilier survey. Less than a third (30%) believe, on the contrary, that they will decline. An opinion shared by the notaries, despite the re-containment. "Only major and persistent economic consequences would be likely to significantly impact prices," say the notaries.

The latter recall that the previous confinement, although it lasted two months, "was not sufficiently durable" to bring down prices, unlike sales volumes which should drop by around 20% in 2020 compared to 2019. Last year, almost 1.1 million transactions were signed. In 2020, the threshold of 900,000 sales (over one year) seems attainable. As for prices, if they are not going down, for the time being, they are starting to stall, especially in Paris .

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Bond prices have an inverse relationship with interest rates, which means that as interest rates rise, bond prices drop. When interest rates go up, new bonds that are issued come with a higher interest rate and provide more income to investors.

To see if the notaries' forecasts will be verified in the future. In the meantime, professionals will be crossing their fingers so that this new confinement lasts as short as possible. Ditto for sellers who fear a drop in the value of their property. Conversely, future buyers, who are 78% to consider that it is always a good time to buy a property, would like real estate prices to be more affordable.

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