Money student housing: "In Lyon, a T2 put in the morning is rented in the afternoon"

13:00  11 june  2021
13:00  11 june  2021 Source:   leparisien.fr

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It's not only in Paris where he becomes complicated to stay when you are a student . The major cities of province have, since the appearance of the health crisis, have a deep renewed interest. "The students have chosen to study near the place where their parents live, which allows them to quickly return in case of reconfining, Julie Lavollée analysis, Sales Manager and partnerships at Adele, a site specialized in student housing. Before the confinement, we had all our residences filled in Paris before July 15th and it had to wait until September for those of the province. Today it is the opposite. »Another explanation: The level of provincial schools does not have much to envy those of the capital , with a few exceptions.

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Paul Mayals, President of the Federation of General Student Associations, also sees an effect of the pauperization of students . "All the little jobs in the restoration, the service to the person, the event have disappeared and it has strongly impacted the finances, so the choice of cities where studying is also dictated by the cost of housing."

In fact, the Pap.fr site noted a 21% housing search on Bordeaux, 30% on Montpellier, 21% on Lille or 9.5% on Lyon when Paris lowered 5.2%. On all of this research, 60% concern studios and T2. Result is the grab fair.

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"I will have trouble finding below 600 euros»

Caroline, the mother of Faustin, 18 years old, is thus in the starting-blocks to break a Housing to his daughter on Bordeaux. And obviously, it's not easy. "I will have trouble finding below 600 euros but it's market prices," she regrets. The worst thing is that we find nothing while I started looking for at the end of May. We are so many in this case that I am ready to pay the two summer months even though my daughter does not involve in September to be sure to have an apartment. Clearly, we can see that the owners prefer to rent in seasonal only in the year.

in Lyon, the situation is just as complicated. Victoria and her companion are looking for a two-room for 750 euros for several weeks. Without success. "A T2 put online in the morning is praised in the afternoon, she ratles. Even with alerts, I can not arrive time. And concerning financial guarantees, some owners do not hesitate to request statements of accounts. So to put the chances on our side, we wrote a letter to prove our seriousness by putting a picture but for the moment it is not enough. »

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