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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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  • The former flat of Inès de la Fressange is for sale

    The former flat of Inès de la Fressange is for sale

    ADmagazine.fr - By Fanny Guénon des Mesnards, December 12th 2020

    Recently decorated throughout by internationally renowned Jacques Grange, this apartment in western Paris was once home to fashion icon Inès de la Fressange. It is today marketed by the Belles demeures de France agency priced 3,900,000€. South-facing and enjoying a superb view of Grand Palais and the Élysée Palace, this exceptional 174 sqm apartment opening onto a continuous balcony and including a double living/reception room, three bedrooms and a master suite was once home to internationally...

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  • Buying a luxury apartment in Paris: What's the state of the market?

    Propriétés Le Figaro.fr - By Maya Dujardin, october 13th 2020

    Lockdown may well have given you itchy feet, and the idea of buying a luxury apartment in Paris has become a constant niggle. It’s time for an update on the state of the market.WHAT MAY BE CONSIDERED A LUXURY APARTMENT IN PARIS?A number of criteria determine whether an apartment is "just" a quality property or whether it may be considered to be in the luxury segment. "On an international scale, upmarket real estate is generally defined as having a value in excess of 1M$" explains Nicolas Pettex-Muffat,...

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  • Real Estate: luxury properties have not lost their appeal

    LE MONDE.FR - PAR AGNÈS LAMBERT LE 14/10/2020

    The absence of wealthy foreign buyers as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic has not led to a drop in the price per square metre. The top end of the market remains a safe haven, real estate agents believe. A beautiful property with a garden located in a private street in the heart of Neuilly-sur-Seine (Hauts-de-Seine) was sold in July in a matter of hours, with four offers submitted at the asking price of 3.3 million euro. Cases such as this are not unique, according to Thibault de Saint Vincent,...

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  • OLD-BUILD REAL ESTATE IS, FOR THE MOMENT, RUNNING FULL-SPEED AHEAD

    LE FIGARO MAGAZINE - BY JEAN-BERNARD LITZLER & JORGE CARASSO ON 06.26.2020

    Purchases, visits and sales restarted immediately and with gusto. However questions remain for the months to come.BUSINESS ACTIVITY : BUYERS AND SELLERS ARE PRESENT EN MASSESome may have feared that the controlled lifting of lockdown would lead to a wait-and-see period. This has not happened. Buyers and sellers have resumed their projects, and in greater numbers than before. "The recovery has been strong in all regions" according to Laurent Vimont, chief executive at Century 21 France. “Our June...

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  • LUXURY REAL ESTATE BOUNCES BACK AFTER THE CRISIS

    LE FIGARO - BY JORGE CARASSO ON 19.06.2020

    "After a forced standby, the market is recovering despite the absence of foreign buyers.The luxury real estate market did not escape the Covid crisis. When lockdown was announced, the shock was brutal and visits, along with offers, dried up. And although a number of projects did not survive the economic downturn, since May 11th a bounce-back has been clearly witnessed in Paris and its desirable nearby western suburbs. Buyers looking for luxury houses and apartments and ready to put over a million...

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