Real estate prices in Ile-de-France, by department

All about real estate in Paris and Ile-de-France

Find our file to know the latest trends and real estate prices in Paris − from the trendiest neighborhoods to those where to find good deals − and in each department of Ile-de-France, as well as the state of the market rental and the latest information on the energy performance diagnosis and the level of interest rates.

• Hauts-de-Seine: falling prices

HAS Bagneuxprices, which had skyrocketed when metro line 4 arrived around Barbara station and especially Lucie-Aubrac station (which will soon be connected to the future line 15), stabilized at €5,300/ m2 on average. In the north, in Pierre-Plate and in the new Victor-Hugo eco-district, still under construction, they reach €6,000/m2, even more in the new. The rest of the city is less popular, despite the presence of an RER B station: prices drop to 5,000 or even 4,500 €/m2. Thus, an 8-minute walk from line 4, in the tree-lined and secure residence Les Jardins de Bagneux, a 3-room apartment of 63 m2, upstairs, with terrace and parking, is listed at €330,000. But you can find nuggets there, like this large 1930 house of 140 m2 with garden, halfway between line 4 and RER B, at €850,000.

HAS Boulogne-Billancourt, prices fell by 3% over one year, to €8,960/m2 on average. “The drop is more marked on properties without an exterior, on a low floor or with heavy work.

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