Sunday, February 24, 2019
Mortgage rates in France are currently at the historically lowest level at the end of 2016. The expectation is that this will last for a while. The property market in the higher segment usually guarantees many transactions during the late summer period. There are quite a few banks that have...

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French property market rediscovered its fluidity

2017 was a record year for French real estate in terms of both the number of transactions and loans, with demand for older properties...

French real estate market is poised to break new records

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