French property: regions and prices
Paris is among the world’s ten most real estate markets, ranking sixth most attractive global investment destination. Prices in the capital of France range from €6,000 to €25,000 per square metre. Spacious houses with land in the suburbs of big cities sell for €5,000–6,000/sq. m. Côte d'Azur is the second most expensive location of property for sale in France after Paris.
Selling property in France are especially in demand among foreign buyers. The highest French property prices in Saint-Jean Cap Ferrat, Saint-Tropez, Èze, Beaulieu-sur-Mer, Villefranche and Cap d'Agde. Buying prices of apartments here exceed €12,000/sq. m. and villas sell for €20,000–30,000/sq. m.
Côte d'Azur has both vibrant resorts of France like Nice, Saint-Tropez and Cannes, as well as quiet, picturesque and affordable locations like Grasse, Hyeres, Mougins, Le Lavandou and Sainte-Maxime. Realty can sell here for €6,000–7,000/sq. m. If you want to buy property in France along the Atlantic coast, you’ll be happy to know it is nearly 20% cheaper than that on the Côte d'Azur. Realty in the Landes and Basque regions costs just €2,500–4,500/sq. m.
The French Alps are the country’s largest ski destination with more than 100 ski resorts where people buy homes. A square meter in Haute-Savoie averages €3,500/sq. m. The highest prices are in Megève (€13,000/sq. m.) and Chamonix Mont-Blanc (€10,000/sq. m.). Ultra-prime property in the Alps sells for €20,000–30,000/sq. m. Cheap property in France - in the resorts Châtel Les Gets and Tignes-les-Brevières in Savoie. Here flats in new residential complexes cost €200,000–300,000.