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French property prices ‘rise 3.3pct’

Posted on 06 September 2011

French property prices have gone up for the fifth quarter in a row, the latest research from FNAIM shows. The organisation’s members have witnessed a 3.3% increase in prices on average, with rural parts of the country benefiting from growth of more than 4%.
Investors may be turning their attentions to the French property market as a result of tax changes in the country which will see the ISF threshold rise to 1.3 million euros from its current level of 800,000 euros……………………………………….Full Article: Source


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