In a barometer made with Caron Marketing, Domexpo reports that 30% of the ile-de-france who were made to build a house, have made it out of Paris. With on the podium, the departments bordering on, the Atlantic coast, and Mediterranean.
The finding is without appeal. By 2016, 30% of the ile-de-france, have built a house, built outside the Ile de France, according to a Barometer Caron Marketing for Domexpo, a specialist in villages and homes exhibition. In figures, about 6,400 ile-de-france who has made an application for a building permit, for 1962 of them, their eyes were turned towards other horizons.
For 10% of them, generally first-time buyers, it is the cost of land, which has motivated their choice. They leave the Island-of-France, which is not too far away and settled in the bordering departments (Eure, Eure-et-Loir, Loiret, etc.). Where transport and communication routes, the route quickly.
With this in mind, John Grizel, president of Domexpo announcement : “given the remoteness of these buyers in the île de france to the region of their desire, Domexpo will create on its website a portal on which will be grouped the offers of the builders more distant regions : they will be able to more easily inquire and get in touch with the manufacturers regional of their choice.”
In fact, for 20% of them, it comes away clear. Then to reach mainly the Atlantic coast (Morbihan, Vendée…), or Mediterranean (Var…), reports the barometer. The latter, often more wealthy, are built for many a vacation home, that they will invest completely to their old days.