French Property Price Guide


Some general points (guide-lines only!)
– prices tend to increase as you go further South
– coastal properties are more expensive than inland properties
– properties near Budget air-line airports are more expensive
– chic destinations are expensive: Cannes, St Tropez, Nice, St Raphael, Paris, Luberon (Peter Mayle country), Le Touquet, Dordogne, Ski Resorts like Meribel
– Rural property is cheaper than urban property
– Limousin, Champagne-Ardenne, and Franche-Comte have cheap rural property. Be warned property prices are rising
– Provence, Paris, Vannes (South Brittany), Val d’Isere are expensive

Price Guide By Region

(most expensive first – even within regions there can be great variation, Paris for example)

  1. Provence / Cote d’Azur
  2. Rhone-Alpes
  3. Languedoc-Roussillon
  4. Ile-de-France
  5. Aquitaine
  6. Brittany
  7. Poitou-Charentes
  8. Midi-Pyrenees
  9. Centre (along Loire: expensive)
  10. Normandy
  11. Burgundy
  12. Western Loire
  13. Nord Pas de Calais
  14. Picardy
  15. Auvergne
  16. Limousin
  17. Champagne-Ardenne
  18. Franche-Comte

Latest price information here: French Property Prices Heat Map