Good deals are to be found far from Paris. Since the start of the crisis, the departments of Val-d’Oise (+ 3.2%), Essonne (+ 3%) and Seine-et-Marne (+ 2.7%) have experienced the most strong growth in the region. The departments of the inner suburbs peak between 0.2% and 0.3%.
The fact remains that outside of Yvelines where the square meter is displayed at 4,500 euros on average, the average prices of old apartments are among the lowest in the region, between 3,000 and 3,200 euros, while those in the inner suburbs are between 4,100 euros to 7,000 euros per square meter.
In the spring of 2020, real estate agencies experienced a sharp increase in the number of house visits. 1isconfinement had been there. However, a few months later, this enthusiasm did not lead to a significant rise in prices in Île-de-France.
Only the Val-de-Marne and Seine-et-Marne experienced, over one year, a greater increase in the price of houses than that of apartments. Thus, the Val-de-Marne shows an increase of + 3.4% for houses against 2.5% for apartments. The 77 recorded an increase of + 3.4% for some against 2.7% for others. All the other departments have an increase of less than 2% for pavilions against 2% to 3% for apartments, summarizes The Parisian.