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Luxury Real Estate in Paris, France

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Parisian apartments with terraces, private mansions with gardens

France’s finest heritage

Châteaux and manors

A tour in Provence

Aix-en-Provence, Alpilles, Luberon, Marseille, Saint-Tropez

Trophy properties

Magical parisian views

Bare ownership, lifetime annuity

Deauville & Normandy coast

The luxury
Real Estate specialist
in Paris

Daniel Féau is by far the major player in the sale and acquisition of prestigious apartments, private homes and Hotels Particuliers in Paris and its desirable western suburbs
In our neighbourhoods our agencies conclude one in three sales at prices of between 2 and 5 million euro, and over half of the sales at prices exceeding 5 million euro. We also sell between 600 and 700 apartments each year at prices ranging from 500 000 to 2 million euro.

We are fully aware that we owe our privileged position to our loyal clientele who, day after day and for over half a century, have placed their trust in us. Each and every day we ensure that not only our team members but also the tools at their disposal are the best available in our field.
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Our network

Thanks to its exclusive partnership with Christie's Great Estates and a close relationship with a number of international asset management companies, Daniel Féau regularly deals with discerning foreign clients. In order to meet their high expectations, all the brokers are at least bilingual and share the company's core values: efficiency, personal service and confidentiality.

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Our programs

Institutional clients, developers and private asset managers entrust us with the sale of buildings that we market whole or unit by unit.  

Discover all of our programmes, and please don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss specific details regarding your project.  You will be among the first to be informed when new products arrive on the market!

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  • September 2022: The state of the luxury real estate market

    September 2022: The state of the luxury real estate market

    Paris - Western suburbs - Provence - Saint-Tropez - Deauville - September 9th 2022

       While the evolution of the real estate market is the topic of much discussion in the media, what we are witnessing in the segments in which we operate does not always correspond with what we read and hear.We therefore felt it appropriate to once again share our observations, as we did at the end of the first quarter of 2022, by comparing the number of transactions achieved by our agencies in three price ranges (transactions at prices between 750,000 and 2 million euro, at prices between 2 and 3 million euro, and at prices in excess of 3 million euro), over the period spanning May to August for the years 2019 (pre-pandemic), 2020, 2021 and 2022.The reference year (index 100, regardless of the price segment considered) is 2019, the last before the Covid-19 pandemic and an excellent year for the Parisian real estate market. Taking into account our share of the market (*), our observations should fairly faithfully reflect the situation at the top end of the latter. (*) In 2021,...

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  • Luxury real estate: a changing market

    Luxury real estate: a changing market

    LES ECHOS - MARIE-EVE FRÉNAY, 11/05/2022

     In terms of the volume of sales, while real estate overall has suffered a downturn over the past months, the luxury sector seems unaffected. Better, it is blossoming, according to the Daniel Féau and Belles demeures de France networks.The real estate market, including the luxury segment, is multifaceted. Resilient in general, it is at the top-of-the-range that prices are climbing, according to an internal analysis carried out by the Daniel Féau and Belles demeures de France networks.If we are...

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  • Real estate - Wealthy foreigners are back in the Parisian market

    Real estate: wealthy foreigners are back in the Parisian market

    Le - by Véronique Chocron - September 6th 2022

      In the capital’s 7th District, for the first time since 2013, one apartment in five acquired in the first half of the year was purchased by a foreign buyer. This renewed interest could explain the rise in prices in the capital's desirable neighbourhoods in the second quarter, as they dropped in the majority of the city’s less prestigious areas.Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, wealthy foreigners had turned their back on the Parisian real estate market. Now however, they are back,...

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