Real estate: prices fell in all major cities

The semi-annual assessment of the National Real Estate Federation (Fnaim) is clear: housing prices have fallen almost everywhere in an effort to stop the decline in transactions. Across France as of June 1, the one-year decline reached 3.8%. ” This is convenient for enabling a rebootemphasized the president of Fnaim, Loïc Cantin, during the press point this Wednesday, June 12. Logically, the biggest drops occur where prices have risen the most “. According to the latest data from the company Fnaim, the capital thus lost 7.7% in one year and fell below the threshold of 9,500 euros for an average square meter. In the ten largest provincial cities, prices fell by a total of 6.1%. From the countryside to seaside resorts to after the metropolis, all territories are affected by this decline, with the biggest declines affecting Nantes (-11.2% in one year), Lyon (-9.1%), Bordeaux (-8.1%) and even Rennes (-7.1 %).

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