French Property Rents Rising Slower than Inflation

Just posted in Le Monde, a new report on French real estate indicates that in France on average
rents rose 0.6% in the first half of 2014 while inflation rose 0.7 percent.

This data came from the Century 21 France real estate network.

According to the French Rental Observatory Clameur, in 2013 rents increased by 0.6% while inflation rose by 0.9 percent. In fact Clameur research indicates that since 2006 rents have been rising less than inflation and Century 21 data supports this with the increase in rents of only 14.4 percent since 2006 with the increase of the consumer price index / inflation being 16.8 percent.

Read the full article in French here

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