French property prices: indexes and maps

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INSEE and notary price index variation



In the third quarter of 2021, over one year, the upward acceleration of prices of older properties in mainland France continues with +7.4%. Since the fourth quarter of 2020, the increase is more marked for houses (+9% in one year in the third quarter of 2021) than for apartments (+5.2%), which had not happened since the end of 2016.


Median price per sq.m. for older apartments in the 3rd quarter of 2022


Older apartements NCI 54

Median selling price of older houses in the 3rd quarter of 2022


older houses NCI 54

Credit - Banque de France data - Figures at end of november 2021

The production of housing loans reached 23.1 billion in November 2021 (18.1 billion excluding renegotiations), after 24.3 billion in October (19.5 billion excluding renegotiations). The interest rate on new home loans remained at a low of 1.12% in November after being at 1.13% in October.


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