The Real Estate Market in Paris

The Paris property market remains indisputably one of the most flourishing in the European Union. A study on the evolution of prices in the French capital shows that from 1997 to 2013, no devaluation was recorded and in the most prestigious districts, the demand for Real Estate is actually growing. These areas considered are undoubtedly the core ones, for example the center, which have contributed to make Paris a symbol of love and Romanticism.

The city centre of Paris: where to invest

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  • Les Halles

    Les Halles is one of the most popular neighborhoods of recent times. In the past it was just a vast market area used for commercial purposes, not attractive to investors. Actually, Les Halles was left abandoned and neglected for a period of 30 years until that municipal administrators decided to re-evaluate the area to suit the modern changes of the city and now Les Halles real estate market shows a great increase in property value. Furthermore, after months of debate the Municipality decided to invest in Les Halles mainly due to its high convergence of people; indeed this quarter experiences more than 750 residents and transients every day crossing from the center to the suburban areas. This intervention transformed the area into a more welcoming and friendly place both for residents and tourists, generating great appreciation by all who come into contact with this new modern and amazing place where locals love to gather and tourist enjoy to visit.

  • Latin Quarter

    The Latin Quarter is among the most characteristic area of the city. There are plenty of small bars, restaurants and ancient craft workshops and the district is also a popular destination for tourists and Parisian in search of local flavors. The Latin Quarter is a place of art, culture and beautiful venues for shopping, combining modernity and tradition. The name "Latin" comes from the category of people who once populated these alleys, mostly writers and scholars. Today as in the past, aspiring people of culture and a lot of students wander around the squares. Although the historical function has remained intact, now the purpose is to renovate the site.

  • Opera e grans Boulevards area

    This is a very busy area, place of financial institutions and major banks. Beside of being a place of commerce, the neighborhood is home to many recreation venues. Populated mainly by workers in the fifties, it has now indeed become the symbol of variety and entertainment. Around the Opéra theaters, cinemas and boulevards continue to spring up overnight among the several artisan shops, distracting passengers with their neon signs.