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In the old real estate market, the year 2018 should have skipped the record of transactions established in 2017 … The sharp decline announced at the end of 2017 did not take place. However, if we compare in detail the figures of the Laforêt network at 31 December compared to those of the previous year, the evolution of certain indicators tends to demonstrate a normalization of the market …

And, if weak signals, such as the slight shudder on interest rates in November, fuel the questions, this seems insufficient to significantly slow down a real estate market of the former, on which demand remains significantly higher than the offer…

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Overall, if the pressure of demand is maintained in 2018 (+ 4% nationally), it seems to be capping without weakening … Unsurprisingly, first-time buyers have continued to pull the demand from the market, since they 60% of the intentions of acquisitions of old properties. However, they represent only 48% of transactions, a slight decrease compared to 2017 (51%).

This withdrawal is the result of three years of catching up, during which the French rushed to carry out their real estate operations … In parallel, prices have increased, with metropolises that have experienced significant increases, of the order of 15 % on average over the period.

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