Despite an unstoppable growth in real estate prices in France, luxury properties keep finding buyers ready to settle in Paris or on the Côte d’Azur at any price.
There’s hope that property markets will hit their pre-virus levels before the end of the year, but nothing is certain at the moment.
Countries in Europe are complaining that the island’s lax stance encourages money laundering and tax evasion, especially by Russians.
MIPIM 2020 will turn the spotlight on how cities need to reinvent themselves to meet their inhabitants’ aspirations for a better quality of life.
Previously stalled schemes are now up and running across the country as the government tries to address knock on effects of rising rents.
Potential investors of French real estate should be aware of the government’s new surveillance powers to crack down on tax evasion.
French newspapers L’Obs and Le Point report that real estate prices in Paris continued to increase in 2019, attracting rich buyers while pushing less wealthy residents towards the suburbs of the French capital.
Tranio is pleased to announce that it is partnering with the ULI Europe Conference 2020, which is taking place at the Hotel Okura in Amsterdam (3–5 February) and features an array of internationally renowned speakers from the worlds of politics, economics and real estate.