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Map French Property Prices

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If you position your cursor over the following map, you will see the average price for each region. Click on a region to see property in that region.

The prices on this map are based prices in France at the end of 2005. They are calculated using an exchange rate of 1.46 euros to the pound and 0.84 dollars to the euro.

Please note that the prices shown for each region are average prices. The price of a specific property may be much lower or much higher than this. Typically:

  • Older houses are less expensive than new-built

  • Houses in the countryside are cheaper than those in villages and much cheaper than city accommodation

  • The price per square foot is less for larger houses than for smaller ones

  • A house requiring redecoration or renovation will sell for less than an equivalent one in top condition

  • House with attractive features (e.g. a swimming pool, vineyard, attractive stonework) will be more expensive than one without

The most important factor in determining the price of housing is the location (city, town, village or countryside).  Major cities are of course more expensive (Paris in particular) due to the relative scarcity of accommodation, the relative abundance of employment prospects (often at above average pay), the availability of shopping and cultural facilities and the difficulty of commuting from outside the city.  For similar reasons, city outskirts and towns are the next most expensive, followed by villages.  In general, accommodation in the countryside is by far the least expensive.

Within these broad generalisations, there are a number of additional factors.  If you are buying a property in the countryside, especially if it has a substantial amount of land, the price can often depend on the state of the local agriculture. In particular, land in the best wine-growing regions can be extremely expensive. Outside the premium agricultural areas, houses and land are often relatively cheap. A fashionable part of Paris will be substantially more expensive than one which is out of favour. 

The least expensive property is often not the best buy. Typically the best facilities are in prosperous areas, which are correspondingly expensive. In some parts of France, especially rural France, the failure of a local employer or rural depopulation can result in houses going for a song. However, one must factor in the resulting increase in crime rates, the closure of local stores and the generally depressing atmosphere that can eventually result from this.

 
Wenn Sie die Maus ueber die folgende Karte fahren, erscheint der Durchschnittskaufpreis der Regionen (festgelegt Ende 2005). Wenn Sie auf eine gewuenschte Region klicken, erhalten Sie eine Liste der angebotenen Immobilien.

Als u de cursor beweegt over de volgende kaart, ziet u de gemiddelde prijs per streek. Klik op een streek om vastgoed in die streek te zien. De prijzen op deze kaart zijn de prijzen in Frankrijk aan het eind van 2005.

Si vous positionnez le curseur sur la carte qui suit, vous verrez apparaître le prix moyen du mètre carré pour chaque région. Cliquez sur une région pour voir nos annonces immobilières dans cette région. Les prix indiqués sur cette carte sont basés sur les prix pratiqués en France à la fin de l’année 2005.
Se passi il puntatore sulla seguente cartina, vedrai il prezzo medio per ogni regione. Clicca su una regione per visualizzare gli immobili in essa disponibili. I prezzi su questa cartina sono basati sui prezzi in Francia alla fine nel 2005.
Si posiciona el cursor sobre el siguiente mapa, verá el precio medio por región. Haga un clic en alguna región para ver propiedades en esa región. Los precios de este mapa son precios basados en el mercado francés a finales de 2005. Se calcularon utilizando una tasa de cambio de 1,46 € por cada £ y 0,84 U$D por cada €.

 

Provence-Alps-Côte D’Azur: Average price per square foot: £192 per ($334) Corse: Average price per square foot: £135 per ($235) Languedoc-Roussillon: Average price per square foot: £139 per ($242) Midi-Pyrénées: Average price per square foot: £115 per ($199) Aquitaine: Click for French Property Pitou-Charentes: Average price per square foot: £97 per ($169) Pays-de-la-Loire: Average price per square foot: £116 per ($201) Limousin: Average price per square foot: £82 per ($143) Centre: Average price per square foot: £100 per ($174) Bretagne: Average price per square foot: £114 per ($199) Auvergne: Average price per square foot: £97 per ($169) Rhône-Alpes: Average price per square foot: £140 per ($243) Normandie (Basse): Average price per square foot: £100 per ($175) Ile-de-France: Average price per square foot: £172 per ($300) Normandie (Haute): Average price per square foot: £109 per ($190) Picardie: Average price per square foot: £105 per ($183) Nord-pas-de-Calais: Average price per square foot: £108 per ($187) Champagne-Ardenne: Average price per square foot: £87 per ($152) Lorraine: Average price per square foot: £97 per ($169) Alsace: Average price per square foot: £126 per ($219) Burgundy (also known as Bourgogne): Average price per square foot: £90 per ($157) Franche-Comté: Average price per square foot: £100 per ($175)

 


 
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