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    Property hunters in Grand Paris

    Looking for a property in “Grand Paris”? Buying an apartment or house in the inner suburbs?

    You don’t have the time to devote to research and unnecessary visits? Then let our property hunters do the searching for you!

    Our property hunters in the Paris region will put their skills and know-how at your disposal to help you find the property of your dreams on the outskirts of Paris.

    The Grand Paris Express project is one of the answers to the pressure on the supply of housing in Paris, where prices continue to soar, but also to the growing desire for well-being and green space, probably reinforced by the Coronavirus crisis we’ve been through.

    A desire for space, for a house, a garden, an apartment with terrace… The vocation of Grand Paris is to design the sustainable, inventive and inclusive city of tomorrow. It will make the Paris region an even more attractive metropolis for the 21st century.

    Grand Paris is also an opportunity to develop “housing”. Rising rents and property prices are preventing a growing number of households from finding housing. So we need to build more, in the right places and at prices that suit people’s budgets, with a target of 70,000 new homes a year.

    So where should you look? Which cities to invest in? Which cities will be the most valuable?

    Focus on towns where there are plans to build train stations by 2024, when the Olympic Games are scheduled to be held, and stay close to these future stations. Identify communities with good prospects in terms of mobility and job creation, and therefore housing needs. These include Saint-Denis, Saint-Ouen, Villejuif, Le Bourget, Villiers-sur-Marne, Bagneux, Aubervilliers, Champigny, Clamart…. but also Orsay, Massy Palaiseau and Saclay.

    The towns near the capital offer very different atmospheres, depending on whether you’re looking for an urban or a provincial setting.

    For example, the Val de Marne, located south-east of Paris in the inner suburbs (Bry sur Marne, Joinville le Pont, Charenton, Villiers sur Marne, Fontenay sous Bois…), offers all the qualities of a great place to live. Its proximity to the airports of the Paris region, its wealth of schools and universities, its green spaces (Bois de Vincennes) and its economic dynamism make it a department where future homebuyers come to seek provincial life and the calm of the countryside, while remaining close to the capital.

    “Grand Paris” in the south-west, with towns such as Montrouge, Malakoff, Châtillon, Vanves, Issy-les-Moulineaux, Meudon, Sèvres, Clamart, Le Plessis-Robinson, Antony, Sceaux, Bourg-la-Reine, Fontenay-aux-Roses, Cachan…offering a provincial quality of life with many houses with gardens and even swimming pools!

    “Grand Paris” in the north-west, with towns like Nanterre, Rueil Malmaison, Chatou, Suresnes, Courbevoie, Asnières, Colombes, Le Vésinet, Saint-Germain en Laye and Versailles, is very popular with families thanks to its dynamic and innovative town halls. You can live in the peace and quiet of a house in a residential neighborhood or an apartment in the heart of a city with a wealth of shops.

    Le Grand Paris is an urban, social and economic project, based on the creation of a new public transport network: the Grand Paris Express. More than 2 million passengers will use this new network every day, with the construction of 200 kilometers of automatic metro and 68 stations around the capital to link the region’s territories. By 2030, 4 new automatic metro lines around Paris (lines 15, 16, 17 and 18) will be accessible to the people of Ile-de-France!

    With the Grand Paris Express project, the attractiveness of the new stations will have an impact on the real estate market.

    Entrust your search to us, and our Grand Paris team will search, visit and find your future property.

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    If the property is listed by a real estate agency or other intermediary, the fees are calculated according to a sliding scale that goes from 2.75% to 1.5% (taxes included) of the sale price of the real estate, but not including notary fees (minimum of 5000€ including taxes):

    Property Price Fees (including taxes)
    Property ≤ 300 000 € 2.75 %
    300 000 € < property ≤ 600 000 € 2.50 %
    600 000 € < property ≤ 900 000 € 2.25%
    900 000 € < property ≤ 1 200 000 € 2%
    1 200 000 € < property ≤1 500 000 € 1.75%
    1 500 000 € < property ≤2 500 000 € 1.5%
    Above 2 500 000 euros Quote provided

    If the property is a direct sale by individual or merchant, the fee scale varies between 4.75% to 3.5% (taxes included) of the sale price of the real estate, excluding notary fees (with a minimum of 5000 € including taxes):

    Property Price Fees (including taxes)
    Property ≤ 300 000 € 4.75 %
    300 000 € < property ≤ 600 000 € 4.50 %
    600 000 € < property ≤ 900 000 € 4.25%
    900 000 € < property ≤ 1 200 000 € 4%
    1 200 000 € < property ≤1 500 000 € 3.75%
    1 500 000 € < property ≤2 500 000 € 3.5%
    Above 2 500 000 euros Quote provided
    Valeur du bien TTC (€)

    Montant de la commission
    % du prix du bien


    Property research fees are one month’s rent (before tax) of the rented property (remuneration including VAT), with a fixed minimum of 2000€ inclusive of taxes.

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    Quote provided.

    Our Grand Paris team

    Cécile Loin (Grand paris ouest)

    Caroline Mamou (Grand Paris Nord-ouest)


    Emilie Vergne (Grand Paris Est)


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