Real estate: 4 cities in Greater Paris where prices skyrocket

Since the start of the pandemic, the real estate market has seen its trends reverse. If transactions are still in good shape, capital is slowing down. Successive confinements have forced Parisians to cross the ring road. Now they want more space and more vegetation. Here are four Greater Paris cities that are benefiting from this excitement and seeing their prices go up.

Located a few minutes from Paris and La Défense thanks to the Transilien, Colombes attracts many Parisians in search of space, marked by the Covid-19 pandemic. Unlike some inland towns, the real estate market is especially active in the town of Hauts-de-Seine and, according to professionals in the sector, the pressure should not drop anytime soon. According to the LPI-Seloger barometer, the price of stone has risen 12.5% ​​in one year.

The Seine-Saint-Denis department, long shunned by investors, is making a notable comeback, especially in cities near the capital. This is the case in Pantin, where gentrification continues to go well. According to the latest LPI-Seloger barometer, the price of stone is € 6,423 / m2 on average, an increase of 12.5% ​​in one year. Future metro and urban planning projects are not immune to this dynamic.

A stone’s throw from the Bois de Vincennes and surrounded by the Marne, Saint-Maur-des-Fossés sees its rating jump 10% in a year amid a health crisis according to the latest LPI-Seloger statistics. Buyers are not wrong. A beautiful house is not everything, you also need a pleasant environment.

With its three metro stations on line 8 and its two RER stations, Maisons Alfort attracts more and more families looking for space and more affordable prices. Since the beginning of the year, transactions have exploded. During a year, the price of stone has gained 16.4%.

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