Economy – Why is it a good idea to invest in real estate in Auvergne?

Figures revealed by the Interdepartmental Chamber of Auvergne Notaries confirm that the former Auvergne region holds undeniable assets in terms of real estate. “After a sustainable 2021, 2022 is off to a fast start, with average prices rising and sales volumes also increasing in this first quarter,” salutes Chamber President, Mi-Jacques Tourquet.

How did Auvergne’s four divisions reach their highest transaction volumes in the past decade?

In the first quarter of 2022, sales volume increased by 11% in Allier, 6% in Cantal, 14% in Haute-Loire and 11% in Puy-de-Dome compared to 2021. In these four divisions, this recorded transaction volume was The year is simply the highest in the last decade.

In terms of median price per square meter, Auvergne Rhone-Alpes has seen old apartments increase +5.7% in one year, and old house prices increase +1%. This upward trend is observed in the prices of old buildings in the departments of Auvergne, with the exception of Cantal, which decreased slightly (-1%).

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How is the old house market?

At the end of March 2022, the market for old homes rose sharply in Allier (+7.5% in one year) and Haute-Loire (+6.5%). In the final section, prices rose for the fourth year in a row.

Puy-de-Dôme posted an increase of +2.5%, which only partially offset the decline in the previous year (-6.3%). The only Auvergne division to see a slight drop is Cantal (-1%).

It is observed at the level of geographical sectors, that average prices and their developments are very contradictory, both within and outside the same circle. Three sectors are seeing significant increases (about +18%): Compariel Bourbonnese, Yesengo Province and Limani Sud.

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In these three sectors, the market distribution between properties of different sizes has changed only slightly and cannot by itself explain the increase recorded this year.

Economy Why is it a good idea to investOn the contrary, the most significant decreases relate to Saint-Flor (-6.9%) and Livradois-Forez (-8.3%). Here, the living space of acquired property decreased slightly from year to year, which partly explains the decline recorded.

Finally, there is a difference of almost one to three times between the average prices measured in the Mauriac region (72,500 euros) and those in the outskirts of Clermont (213,500 euros). This latter sector is also the most dynamic in terms of transaction volume: it accounts for nearly a third (31%) of sales of old homes in the Puy de Dome.

How is the old apartment market behaving?

At the end of March 2022, the average price per square meter of old apartments rose sharply annually in Allier (+14%), Haute-Loire (+9.7%) and Puy-de-Dôme (+6.2%). As for older homes, only Kantal saw a slight (-1%) decrease.

At the end of March 2022 in Allier, the Val d’Allier segment experienced the strongest annual growth (+13.9% to €1370/m²). It is also the most dynamic segment, accounting for 60% of departmental transactions for older apartments. Vichy has the highest price level and growth rate in the division (+ 17.9% to 1,460 € / m²).

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In Cantal, lower prices in the Aurillac region (78% of sales) led to those of the department, despite a sharp increase in the Saint-Flor region (+15.6%).

In Haute-Loire, prices and rates of change remain relatively homogeneous: prices range from 860 € / m² in Brioude to 1290 € / m² in Puy-en-Velay.

In the Puy-de-Dome, all measured sectors are experiencing an increase, from the outskirts of Clermont (+2.6%) to the south of Lemany (+10.3%).1655909177 104 Economy Why is it a good idea to investAre building schemes popular?

At the end of March 2022, the average selling price for the land market was €25,600 in Alliers, €25,400 in Cantal, €39,300 in Haute-Loire, and €56 thousand in the Puys-de-Dôme.

The most sold areas correspond to an area of ​​900 to 1,500 square meters in Alliers (32%), Cantal (43%) and Haute-Loire (33%).

In the Puy de Dome, on the contrary, land of less than 600 square meters is the most representative (35%).

What are the prices in Clermont?

In Clermont, it is not surprising in the old center that the average price per square meter for old apartments is the highest, with 2,450 euros (+13.8%); platinum € 2410 (+ 18.7%); Les Salins 2,200 euros (+ 14.1%); May 1st Island, €2,180; La Fontaine-du-Bac: 2,170 euros; Western scallop: 2,130 euros; Sablon Trodin € 2040 (+ 11.5%); La Glacier 2030 euros (8.3%); Montgosier 2020 euros (+ 16.5%); Saint-Alyre, 2020 EUR (+8.6%); Valier 1,970 euros (+ 10.2%); South-Saint-Jacques, 1,920 euros; Terminal 1,850 euros (+6.2%); Urado 1,850 euros (+ 6.6%); Léon-Blum-la Raye Dieu €1,840 (-11%); Brézet, €1,810; The Pradelle 1,710 euros (+ 4.4%); chanteran 1610 euros (+9.6%); Republic, €1,580; Montferrand 1,530 euros (-17.4%); Croix-de-Neyrat, €1,180 (+ 17.6%).

Gael Chazal