French notaries published their report on the real estate situation at the end of the week, which collected data for the past year as of the end of December. In the Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes, prices have risen in Saint-Étienne and Clermont, but rise more steadily in Lyon and Grenoble.
Notaries in France announced this Thursday their April property report, which brings together the final data for 2021 stopped at the end of December and sales data for early 2022.
Thus, we learned that at the end of February, the volume of transactions in old housing stock in the last twelve months in France (excluding Mayotte) thus reached 1,187,000 transactions per year.
“The slight spike seen in February (compared to 1,177,000 registered at the end of January 2022) should not mask the slow decline in volumes seen over the past five months. Dynamic stabilization remains on. »
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Notaries also indicate that January and February will be synonymous with “a proven lull in the notaries’ offices that will manifest itself in the coming months.” They even qualify “an anomalous 2021 in which the French as a whole have accelerated, fleshed out and even anticipated their real estate projects.”
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