Up, up, up

go the prices, according to the latest averages from the Notaries of Paris.  The average price in Ile-de-France has increased 1.2% over the past three months.  While this appears to reverse the trend of declining and stagnating prices (average decline of 8.4% observed in 2008 and 2009), the report says that a return to average annual increases of 10-15% is “improbable.”

Just one more factor to add pressure to this search…

Read more commentary in French on this flathunter’s blog.

Or go direct to the source and read the report, also in French, on the Notary website.

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2 Responses to “Up, up, up”

  1. The Antiques Diva Says:

    Great blog – I just found you thru a comment you left on another blog and popped over to check you out. As someone who fantasizes about purchasing a pied a terre in Paris (I’m in the city usually every other month for work) you are an inspiration!
    Merci!
    Toma

  2. househuntinginparis Says:

    Thanks! I go to Drouot at least once a week, sometimes more so maybe we’ve unknowingly crossed paths 🙂

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