In France a housing boom in low-energy dwellings is predicted in 2022

If you’re searching for a French renovation job, this may be a great chance to buy or sell a renovation project in France.

 

Every French flat or house for sale or rent must be energy-efficiently audited and evaluated on a scale of A to G, with A being the best and G being the worst. A new regulation that was supposed to go into effect in January would make it unlawful for landlords to raise the rent on buildings with ratings of F or G, and it will be prohibited to rent out the property entirely beginning in 2025.

 

Due to a shortage of skilled auditors, the rental raise restriction has been postponed until September. However, according to industry experts SeLoger, these ‘thermal sinks’ have already begun to surface in higher quantities on the market, indicating landlords are attempting to get rid of them before the new restrictions take effect.

 

According to SeLoger, the number of homes and apartments classed as F and G for sale grew by 8% in the year up to September 2021. Between September and October, the number of listings in Rennes increased by 74%, in Paris by 72%, and in Nantes by 70%.

 

“If a house’s strong thermal performance adds value to it, the converse is true on resale,” the paper continues. “Indeed, the idea of having to pay exorbitant heating expenses or being unable to rent out a house with a F or G rating will chill potential purchasers and perhaps persuade them to reduce the sale price.”

 

According to SeLoger, in 2021, A-rated houses would cost an average of 11% more than F-rated properties across the country, but in some areas, the gap will be larger than 50%..

 

Some of the top areas to buy in are mentioned below.

 

The Dordogne

Dordogne is a department in southwest France, set between the Loire Valley and Pyrenees mountains. It’s known for prehistoric cave paintings in the Vézère Valley, like those in Lascaux Cave. The town of Périgueux is home to the Cathedrale St-Front, with its 5 domes, and the Vesunna Museum, built around Roman ruins. The medieval town Sarlat-la-Canéda centers on the Rue de la Republique and the Cathédrale St-Sacerdos Buy or Sell Property in the Dordogne France

 

Paris

Also known as the Latin Quarter, the 5th arrondissement is home to the Sorbonne university and student-filled cafes. It’s also known for its bookshops, including the famed Shakespeare & Company. Family-friendly attractions include the Jardin des Plantes botanical gardens and the National Museum of Natural History. The stately Panthéon building holds the remains of notables like Voltaire and Marie Curie, Buy or Sell Property in Paris France

 

Brittany

Brittany, France’s northwesternmost region, is a hilly peninsula extending out toward the Atlantic Ocean. Its lengthy, rugged coastline is dotted with beach resorts such as chic Dinard and walled Saint-Malo, built on rock in the English Channel. The Pink Granite Coast is famed for its unusual, blush-hued sand and rocks. Brittany is known for its abundant prehistoric menhirs (a type of megalith) Buy or Sell Property in Brittany France

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