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Property Prices Popping in Paris

Volume IV, Issue 32

Once a quarter, we bring you the latest statistics on Paris property prices. Today we bring you the results from first quarter 2005 through first quarter 2006. If you already own property in Paris, you’re going to be very pleased — it’s up again by 12.7% on the average. If you haven’t yet purchased property and have been thinking seriously about it, then don’t waste too much time!

Because of the extraordinary increases in the 7th, 19th and 20th arrondissements, we bring you several special apartments in these neighborhoods to dream about, so be sure to scroll down and have a gander.
Leonard Pitt’s new book is out, “Walks Through Lost Paris” — A Journey into the Heart of Historic Paris with a Forward by Alexandre Gady. Pitt’s passion for pre-Haussmannian Paris is illustrated by his before and after photos of Paris past and Paris present.
Most of think of Paris as Haussmannian’s Paris…the symmetrical six-story buildings that line the big boulevards, appointed by wrought iron balconies and topped with dormer windows leading to the “chambres de bonnes” (servants’ quarters). They are made up of elegant apartments with high ceilings, moldings, fireplaces, parquet flooring and big kitchens. These buildings were constructed after 20,000 buildings were torn down, changing the face of Paris completely over a very short period of time.
Whether you’re a fan of Haussmannian Paris or of Paris past like the buildings of Le Marais, the Latin Quarter and Montorgueil, you’ll love reading all about it.
Meanwhile, we’re gearing up for a successful conference in San Diego September 16 and 17. If you haven’t signed up yet, hurry up so you don’t miss taking advantage of the group hotel rate at the Sheraton Suites available until August 25, 2006 and subject to availability. click here for more information: https://adrianleeds.com/wp-content/uploads/newsletters/parlerparis/liveinfrance/LIF_SD_2006/LIF_SD_2006_home.html

A bientôt…

Adrian Leeds
Editor, French Property Insider
Email: [email protected]

P.S. We’re going to have a booth at the second annual “Welcome to France Fair” sponsored by Expatica.com on October 15, 2006 at the Carrousel de Louvre here in Paris. We’ll also be speaking on the “Getting ready to find your dream home in France…” at 3:45 p.m., so be sure not to miss that and if you’d like to get free tickets, sign up online before September 15th. For more information visit http://www.expatica.com/welcometofrance and to sign up for your free tickets, click here:


Volume IV, Issue 32, August 17, 2006

In this issue:
* The Price of Paris Property
* A Guide to Walks Through the Paris of Yesterday
* New! French Property Consultation Concierge Services
* Property Prices Worldwide
* A New Life in the Dordogne
* The Popularity of Paris Property
* Living and Investing in France Conference, September 16 & 17, 2006, San Diego
* Free Tickets to Expatica’s Welcome to France Fair, October 15, 2006
* FPI Property Consultation, Search and Relocation Solutions
* Today’s Currency Update from Moneycorp
* Next Parler Paris Après-Midi: September 5, 2006
* Hot Property Picks: A Bit of Heaven in the 7th and Moving up to the 19th and 20th
* Leasebacks: Corniche de la Plage, France, Brittany / Normandy, Benodet
* Managing Your FPI Subscription
* Classified Advertising: Parler Paris Apartments, Leeds Marais Apartment, “Le Provençal” Studio: Available as of August 2006

Paris Property Prices Still on the Rise
By Adrian Leeds

The property price figures for Paris and the Paris region (Ile-de-France) are reported quarterly by the INSEE, the French National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies (http://www.insee.fr/en/home/home_page.asp). Just this week, the statistics were released for the end of first quarter 2006, almost five months after the closing of the month. Given that the properties to which the statistics relate were purchased about three months earlier than the deeds were recorded (the time between the signing of the Promesse/Compromis de Vente and the Acte de Vente,
you can assume then, that t
hese figures are already out of date by eight months.

(Scroll down to the bottom to see the charts and figures.)
In light of that fact, now let’s look at how it affects the market values you will experience when you set out to look at properties. This report averages Paris per square meter prices at 5,352€ with an annual appreciation of 12.7%. Eight months is 2/3 of the year. If you were to visit properties today, you can already expect the prices to be about 8.5% higher (2/3 of 12.7%), or 5,807€ per square meter.
I’m no mathematician nor economic analyst, and I’m sure among you there are readers who can correct my rather plebeian theory, but we know for a fact, that the actual market values are considerably higher than those the Chambre de Notaires report. Other factors that contribute to this variance are: 1) the reduction in the purchase price, which can be attributed to direct payments made to the sales agent to help reduce notaire fees, 2) the listing of inventory of fixed furniture such as built-ins and appliances and 3)the under-the-table cash transactions, which are illegal but do occur. Finally, the figures are diluted as they are reported by an arrondissement in its entirety and do not account for differences by neighborhoods.
In this latest report, the districts showing the least amount of growth are, interestingly, those North Americans love most — the 5th (Latin Quarter and Sorbonne), the 6th (Saint-Germain-des-Prés) and the 8th (Champs-Elysées). Coincidence? I don’t think so. These are districts favored by foreign clients who are willing to pay higher prices. I believe that they simply drove the prices up to a point where they reached a leveling out in those areas. The 6th arrondissement continues to lead the pack with average costs per square meter of 8,088€, for the first time in history breaking the 8,000€ mark. The 7th (Eiffel Tower) is a close second with 7,660€ per square meter and the 4th (Marais) with 7,285€ per square meter.
These are the hot spots of Paris (“location, location, location”), yet not necessarily where you’re going to get your best return on investment. Looking at appreciation, the 19th, 20th and 7th leads, respectively 20.6%, 15.2% and 15.1%. Logically, the 19th and 20th offer the lowest per square meter prices at 4,252€ and 4,472€ respectively — which accounts for their extreme growth.
But let’s look at the 7th! If this trend continues, as it seems to be, then even though the price of property is steep, the return will be formidable. Of the three districts showing the most growth, the 19th and 20th can be great places to live, but the rental market is risky in these somewhat uncharted outlying areas of the city. The 7th, however, with a view of the Eiffel Tower, or with a close proximity to the rue Cler market street, can be a very successful rental proposition. (Doesn’t everyone dream to have a view of the Eiffel Tower?!)
There is always talk about the “bubble bursting,” but that could be true if a “bubble” existed in the first place. We are seeing a tiny shred of slow-down, but our first-hand experience is that the few good properties on the market are being priced correctly to sell, are being sold quickly at the asking price and that contributes to steady growth. Interest on mortgages has risen slightly, but money is still a lot “cheaper” (under 4%) and property taxes are ridiculously lower than in the U.S. or Canada, so ownership in Paris is still attractive to North American buyers.
Plus, not only is the rental market virtually year-round (except for August and January), but Paris isn’t in threat of the usual natural disasters (earthquakes, hurricanes, flooding, mudslides, etc.) and the hundreds of years these buildings have stood are likely to stand another several hundred years the way the city looks after them with such care.



Walks Through Lost Paris
A Walking Guide to the Transformation of Paris
By Leonard Pitt

When he discovered that the city he lived in for many years was actually entirely rebuilt during the mid-1800s, Leonard Pitt plunged into Paris’s history and began photographing what he learned had changed. Eventually, he led tours and gave lectures on the demolition and reconstruction that changed the city forever. Walks Through Lost Paris chronicles Paris’s great periods of urban reconstruction through four walking tours. With a special focus on the work of Georges-Eugene Haussmann, this book provides a history of each site along with the motives behind the urban redesign and the reactions of Parisians who witnessed it. Detailed maps take you through a city whose changes were captured by photographers and artists in each stage. Hundreds of color photos, diagrams, and engravings splendidly survey the massive transformation that resulted in the Paris of today.

Preface by Alexandre Gady, excerpted and translated
“How strange it is, this city of ours. We must walk its streets with the soul of an archeologist, like an inhabitant of Pompeii walking among the ruins wondering if he is not being tossed about in a dream.” These words of Daniel Halevy, from his book, Parisian Landscapes, 1932, could have been written for Leonard Pitt’s book. For the pages that follow are like a large sepia-toned album of lost Paris that guide the reader on a voyage through time, plunging him int
o a
nostalgia whose guardian spirits are Marville, Emonds, Godefroy, Atget.

But this nostalgia is more than a simple indulgence in the past, for Leonard Pitt knows old Paris beautifully. He does more than simply line up old photos of the city like an arrangement of fruit on a stand. He explains, he pinpoints, he dismantles and compares. More importantly, he lays the images of old Paris over the modern city. Then, as if by magic, the depth of the Parisian past reveals itself to the attentive stroller. Mister Pitt knows Paris. This city where he studied years ago with the mime Etienne Decroux, whose name is forever linked to the film The Children of Paradise. His passion, his energy to search, to understand, to collect old maps, postcards, engravings, and photos, gives his work an added depth, might I say, a soul. Thus, it is not an exaggeration to say that he has earned the recognition, the gratitude of old Paris. And like Alfred Bonnardot a hundred and fifty years ago, he could content himself to sign his work, “Leonard Pitt, Parisian”.
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Home Prices Worldwide May Continue to Slow
Bloomberg News
August 14, 2006

The growth of home prices worldwide may continue to slow into next year as higher borrowing costs dampen demand, said Knight Frank, an international adviser on real estate…
To read the article in its entirety, click here:

Digging Deep Holes While Renovating in the Dordogne
By Elizabeth Gay
Telegraph Group Limited

My husband took early retirement aged 54 in 1989 and we came to France to start a new life in the Dordogne.
At that time we were virtually the first Brits to set up home in the little village of 400 people. The wife of the then mayor immediately approached us to ask if we would run an English conversation class for the villagers during the winter months and, although we had had no experience in this, we agreed. Our class ranged in age from seven years old to 80 and so many came that we had to run two sessions consecutively…
To read the article in its entirety, click here:

French Property a “Strong Favorite” for Investors

Overseas property investors are continuing to invest in France, owing to the options for return that it offers, it has been claimed.
French property has been a regular choice for investors for a long time, according to the Independent, and continues to be despite new and emerg
ing markets.

Property sectors in eastern Europe are gradually achieving a higher profile in the eyes of investors, while areas such as Morocco and Dubai are also seen as “promising”, the report claims.
However, French property is seen as a reliable option, with prices rising by 10.3 per cent in the last year and 60 million tourists expected to visit the country this year.
Stuart Law of property company Assetz told the Independent that, while areas such as Bulgaria may prove attractive to investors in the returns they offer, they do not appeal as much as countries such as France for retirement.
“Capital growth is slower in France, but the rental market is strong and reliable, underpinned by the tourism industry,” Mr. Law said.
“And property prices, though rising, remain considerably lower than in the UK.”
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Welcome to France Fair

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Meet the people who make expat life great, including the top clubs and associations, travel agents and event organisations.
Welcome to France
October 15, 2006
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HOT PROPERTY PICKS: A Bit of Heaven in the 7th
Each week French Property Insider features a range of properties which we believe are on the market at the time of writing. These properties are featured in order to give readers a sample of what is currently available and a working example of prices being asked in various regions of France and districts of Paris.
As we are not a real estate agency. These properties do not constitute a sales listing. For those readers seriously interested in finding property in Paris or France, you can retain our services to do the whole thing for you. For more information, visit https://adrianleeds.com/wp-content/uploads/newsletters/frenchproperty/consultation
*** Paris, 7th Arrondissement, 3 rooms, approx. 93m²
Near UNESCO, a lovely apartment with an engaging view of the garden and Invalides from a large sun-filled balcony. Living room with fireplace, dining room, 2 bedrooms, walk-in closet, marble bathroom, toilet, fully equipped kitchen, wood floors, parking.
Asking Price: 1,050,000 € + 2.5% Finder’s Fee

*** Paris, 7th Arrondissement, 5 rooms, approx. 94m²
Close to Bon Marché, in a cut stone building, this quiet apartment offers an entrance, living room, dining room, 2 bedrooms, office, fully equipped, separate kitchen, bathroom, toilet and cellar.
Asking Price: 1,137,000 € + 2.5% Finder’s Fee

*** Paris, 7th Arrondissement, 8 rooms, approx. 250m²
Just steps from the Champs de Mars, in a beautiful cut stone Haussmannian building. On the first floor, this modernized apartment features wood floors, moldings and fireplaces. With an extra large living room facing avenue Bosquet, 5 other rooms on the courtyard, 2 bathrooms.

Asking Price: 1,700,000 € + 2.5% Finder’s Fee

HOT PROPERTY PICKS: Moving Up to the 19th and 20th
Each week French Property Insider features a range of properties which we believe are on the market at the time of writing. These properties are featured in order to give readers a sample of what is currently available and a working example of prices being asked in various regions of France and districts of Paris.
As we are not a real estate agency. These properties do not constitute a sales listing. For those readers seriously interested in finding property in Paris or France, you can retain our services to do the whole thing for you. For more information, visit https://adrianleeds.com/wp-content/uploads/newsletters/frenchproperty/consultation
*** Paris, 19th Arrondissement, 4 rooms, approx. 92m²
Near Parc Buttes Chamont, this apartment has a panoramic view of the Eiffel Tower and Sacre Coeur. The living room has a view of Paris and the dining room has a view of the garden. Fully equipped American kitchen, 3 bedrooms, bathroom.
Asking Price: 592,800€ + 2.5% Finder’s Fee

*** Paris, 20th Arrondissement, Loft, 4 rooms, approx. 165m²
Close to Pére Lachaise, a very beautiful loft on two levels with a large living room, 2 big bedrooms, bathroom, toilet, office, American-style kitchen plus cellar. Quiet and bright.
Asking Price: 788,000€ + 2.5% Finder’s Fee
*** Paris, 20th Arrondissement, Loft, 3 rooms, approx. 168m²
Entirely renovated loft featuring high ceilings, double exposure with bay windows on two levels, main and first floor, with American kitchen, bathroom with toilet,
walk-in close
t, wood floors.

Asking Price: 820,000€ + 2.5% Finder’s Fee

France, Brittany / Normandy, Benodet

Studio 23m² to 25m² €75,000 to €133,000
One Bedroom 28m² to 32m² €107,000 to €185,000

Historic town in a stunning, quintessentially Breton location on the banks of the Odet. Benodet marks the border between the Fouesnantais and Bigouden regions. Stunningly beautiful part of France that combines lush green countryside and dramatic coastline. Offering fine sand beaches, a sheltered bay and easy access to the Glenan Islands and oak forests along the banks of the Odet. The region has many outstanding castles and manors and is a paradise for outdoor types. There is a host of exciting water sports to try out, and it is the perfect place to learn how to sail or dive.
The development is perfectly situated right on the beach “Plage du Trez,” in one of Benodet’s liveliest areas, near to a casino with direct access to the thalossotherapy centre. Partially renovated property including interior of the complex, creating a range of comfortable, relaxing apartments and warm, inviting communal areas. Golfers, ramblers and horse-riding enthusiasts are well catered to in the surrounding countryside, and on top of all this, the town itself has a number of attractions including cinemas and excellent seaside restaurants.
Owners will receive a guaranteed rental income between 3.5% and 5.5% paid net of charges. A leading management company will look after all aspects of the rental, finding tenants, maintaining the property in good condition, replacing the furniture when damaged and paying owners rental income. In addition, owners enjoy a 15% – 20% discount off the public rate within the residence concerned and any other residence operated by the same management company.
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Of course, we’re always happy to help, so if you do need assistance, send an email to [email protected]
Remember, as an FPI Subscriber you can take advantage of a special discount on the popular Insider Paris Guides, plus get an extra 15% discount when ordering two or more guides. Choose from:
* Leeds Good Value Guide to Paris Restaurants by Adrian Leeds
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1 square meter = 10.7639104 square feet

1 hectare = 2.4710538 acres

For more conversions, refer to: http://www.onlineconversion.com/



Parler Paris Apartments is finally up and running! It’s just the beginning…as we put the finishing touches this Summer on a collection of vacation rental apartments in Paris that have our “seal of approval.” Keep your eye out for new additions to the site and new ways of making it more and more user friendly, as well as adding properties you will love calling your home in Paris.
* Available in its entirety September 8 – 18, 2006
Located in a 17th century Le Marais Hôtel Particulier, this 70 square meter two-bedroom apartment with lots of light is nicely furnished and is perfect for up to 4 people when she’s traveling. Includes high speed Internet access, free international calling, housekeeping one time per week and all linens.
Pictures and more details available here: https://adrianleeds.com/wp-content/uploads/newsletters/parlerparis/apartments/rentals/leeds.html
Email [email protected]/parlerparis

* “Le Provençal” Studio: Available as of August 2006
Located in a very charming and quiet 18th-century building in the heart of Le Marais, this sunny studio is perfect for one or two seeking ultimate Parisian calm, flavored with the beautiful colors of Provence.
Pictures and more details available here: https://adrianleeds.com/wp-content/uploads/newsletters/parlerparis/apartments/rentals/provencal.html



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