Canada Real Estate in the Province: Beyond Metropolites

11:27  09 november  2021
11:27  09 november  2021 Source:   challenges.fr

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Libourne, en Gironde © Guiziou Franck / Hemis.fr Libourne, in Gironde Human-sized centers, space and good level services: around metropolises, always dynamic, c is the rush on small towns. The prices of real estate take off.

a room for each of the children, a terrace for receiving his friends, an office for telecompillating, a quality digital connection ... "The question of certain buyers, that we did not have before, it is whether the garden welcomes Already a vegetable garden or if they can create one, "says Yann Jéhanno, President of the Lafortest network. In recent years, the rise in prices of Real Estate in all major French metropolises had led the candidates for the property to settle in immediate peripheries. Since the health crisis, future purchasers want to enjoy their quality of life.

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"The French now bet on" connected disconnection ", Note David Ambrosiano, President of the Supreme Council of the Notariat. They want space and green all taking advantage of local shops, schools and health services, and rally metropolises by train. " In fact, those who want to stay in the region no longer hesitate to get more away and prospect smaller cities: "their field of research sometimes extends to neighboring departments," confirms David Benbassat, Director General of the real estate ad portal well'ii. Thus, the purchasers are racing for Clisson instead of Nantes, Libourne instead of Bordeaux, or Saint-Genis-Laval instead of Lyon.

"In Calais, a town house received thirteen visits in two days, entrusts Eric Allouche, General Manager of the ERA Real Estate Network, with two offers at the price. A buyer even tried a bid that we refused." Municipalities like Limoges, Dreux, Perpignan or Auxerre have double-digit price increases. New tensions are felt. "These newcomers, who can buy before selling, pose a problem to the premises, which can no longer easily access the property", Pointe David Ambrosiano.

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Among the cities that draw their pinger of the game are some beneficiaries of the city's heart action plan , aimed at reducing the village centers. The prices have passed, according to the notaries, of 1,294 euros the m² on average in 2018 at 1,385 euros the m² in 2020. The wealthiest households are offered, the luxury of the "semi-main residence", with A pied-à-terre in town and a house in the countryside, mountain or sea, with a predilection for the entire Atlantic facade. "They choose in the front line in Deauville, the Baule or in the Basque Country, competing with the seniors leaving the Côte d'Azur, too hot and bottled in the summer," says Yann Jéhanno.

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