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  • Decoration - Arabelle Reille et Péri Cochin, dressing tables

    Arabelle Reille et Péri Cochin

    Dressing tables

       Well-known in the capital, these friends have revived the art of hospitality with a contest on Instagram and via their website. A return to true values in response to lockdown. By Éric Jansen    When it comes to hospitality, these two are pretty much know-it-alls. Arabelle Reille is the daughter of Baroness Inès Reille, who for years was recognised as one of Tout-Paris’s best-known hostesses. Maha Chalabi, Péri's mother, embodies all that is best in oriental hospitality....

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  • Event - Marion Lambert sale at Christie's

    Marion Lambert sale

    Audacity and elegance

       On May 25th and 26th Christie’s shall auction the contents of Marion Lambert’s Geneva residence. A sale that will honor the exceptional taste of this remarkable collector who died in 2016. By Éric Jansen   Black Sheep… This is how Christie’s chose to name the sale of the Marion Lambert collection. Somewhat irreverent it may seem, but nonetheless backed by her son Henri, for the whimsical baroness was indeed to some extent a black sheep. Not forgetting that the sale includes an...

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  • Market Insight: The State of Luxury Real Estate in Paris

    Market Insight: The State of Luxury Real Estate in Paris

    CHRISTIE'S INTERNATIONAL REAL ESTATE - MARCH 15, 2021

      The pandemic has had an undeniable impact on real estate in Paris —13 percent fewer homes were sold in the city between August and October 2020, compared with the same period in 2019, according to a recent report by the Notaries of Greater Paris. But the decreasing transactions are counterbalanced by a lack of supply — and a steady demand — that has buoyed the market.And, for luxury property, 2020 was a robust year, says Charles-Marie Jottras, CEO of Daniel Féau Conseil Immobilier and...

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  • Real Estate - Bet on real estate investment

    BET ON REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT!

    L'EQUIPE - 10/03/2021

      While the Covid-19 pandemic has radically altered our perception of much that we previously held true, there is one sector that the health crisis has not so far adversely affected: real estate. It must be said that most of us have never spent so much time at home, and for many this has been a gamechanger! Numerous Ile-de-France residents have taken the decision to move, looking for a change in their lifestyle and their environment. More space, more peaceful, more greenery and more distant...

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  • Real Estate - Parisian real estate defies the virus. Analysis of the real estate market in Paris.

    PARISIAN REAL ESTATE DEFIES THE VIRUS

    ANALYSIS OF THE REAL ESTATE MARKET IN PARIS

      Many articles have looked into how the Parisian real estate market reacted during 2020.It seemed interesting to us to share the evolution of the luxury real estate market as experienced in our agencies, and to hypothesize on what 2021 may have in store. This is particularly interesting as the changes in the market differ from one segment to another.   Sales at prices ranging from 1 to 3 million euro  Notaries and the FNAIM announced a drop in transactions of around 20% during...

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  • Real Estate - In 2020 French buyers saved the luxury real estate market in Paris

    IN 2020 FRENCH BUYERS SAVED THE LUXURY REAL ESTATE MARKET IN PARIS

    LAVIEIMMO.COM - December 18th, 2021

      In the capital, 2020 turns out to have been almost as exceptional as 2019 in terms of real estate sales at prices in excess of 3 million euro. This is largely thanks to French buyers.(BFM Immo) - The almost total collapse of tourism owing to the health crisis has not got the better of the luxury real estate market. One of the leading specialists in the sector, the Daniel Féau network, has published its report for 2020, and it is clear that the luxury market has more than resisted, and especially...

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  • Real Estate - The Parisian luxury real estate market held its own in 2020

    The Parisian luxury real estate market held its own in 2020

    BUSINESSIMMO.FR - 15/01/2021

      Mainly due to the health crisis and the tightening of real estate financing, the Daniel Féau real estate network observed a drop in sales in Paris at prices between 1 and 3 million euro. The market at prices above 3 million euro continues, however, to more than hold its own.    In 2020 the Daniel Féau agencies achieved in Paris a sale every three days at prices between 3 and 35 million euro with an average price of 4.970 million euro, close to its 2019 sales in this segment....

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  • Real Estate - Investment opportunities: six great tips

    Investment opportunities: six great tips

    LESECHOS.FR - By Laurence Boccara on Jan 15th, 2021

      Six ideas to let you dream as your money grows. Or to just spend it wisely.   1) Live on a golf course How about a residence on the Yvelines department’s very chic Saint-Nom-la-Bretêche golf course, where you can swing as you please and bask in an ocean of greenery? This is the setting for a villa which was once home to Daniel Féau, founder of the luxury real estate network which bears his name, and later to media mogul Daniel Filipacchi. Daniel Féau created Saint-Nom-la-Bretêche...

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  • THE FALL OF TOURISM HAS NOT DESTROYED THE LUXURY REAL ESTATE MARKET

    BFMTV BUSINESS - COLUMN OF MARIE COEURDEROY - 18/01

      This Monday 18th of January, in her column La vie immo, Marie Coeurderoy highlighted luxury real estate, which has not suffered much despite the collapse of tourism, especially with the upholding of sales of over 3 million euros in 2020. This column can be seen or listened to from Monday to Friday in BFM Patrimoine, hosted by Vincent Touraine on BFM Business.   https://www.bfmtv.com/economie/replay-emissions/la-vie-immo/marie-coeurderoy-l-effondrement-du-tourisme-n-a-pas-eu-raison-du-marche-de-l-immobilier-de-prestige-18-01_VN-202101180136.html

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  • In Paris, properties between 3 and 35 millions euro, sold every 3 days.

    In Paris, properties between 3 and 35 millions euro, sold every 3 days.

    PROPRIETES.LEFIGARO.FR - By Olivier Marin, published January 14th 2021

      Despite the ongoing unprecedented health crisis and, as a consequence, an almost total absence of foreign customers, Daniel Féau, luxury real estate specialist, has nonetheless recorded exceptional sales in the capital.   Although the traditional Parisian real estate market is heading towards a slowdown both in terms of prices (notaries having observed a slight drop in January 2021 with an average of 10,700€/sqm as opposed to 10,800€/sqm in December 2020) and in volume (18% fewer transactions...

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