Discover a selection of our current opportunities.
The City of Light, the driving force of the French economy (31% of the Gross Domestic Product of Metropolitan France in 2018, source: INSEE) and capital of international renown, is no longer presented. Regularly distinguished as the "most popular destination in the world", Paris is home to more than 2,000,000 inhabitants, including 700,000 students, and more than 840,000 companies.
With two international airports, seven SNCF train stations, including five TGV stations, and a rich offer of public transport, Paris is increasingly attractive to buyers looking for long-term property investments.
Second richest department in France in terms of income declared per household to the administration (source: Ministry of Economy), and first destination for foreign companies, the Hauts-de-Seine is a safe place to live and invest.
The quality of life here is renowned with 45% of green spaces, four state forests and a national estate, despite a high density for the smallest department in the Parisian suburbs.
Close to La Défense and the Bois de Boulogne, this town of 50,000 inhabitants offers a balanced living environment with quality infrastructures. The rental market is tense and new developments are rare.
Probably the best value for money in the Hauts-de-Seine.
Host city of the 2024 Olympic Games.
Beneficiary of several ambitious urban development projects while still offering affordable property prices for the 92, including some programmes eligible for reduced VAT.
A dynamic municipality in the midst of reinvention, Bois-Colombes is attracting more and more SPC+ who wish to take advantage of rising local real estate prices.
One of our first choices in the Hauts-de-Seine.
From 234.000 €.
First city in the Hauts-de-Seine region to benefit from the Greater Paris with the extension of metro line 14. Popular with major international groups (L'Oréal, BIC, Etam, Monoprix, etc.) and the inhabitants of the 17th arrondissement of Paris, in particular.
More accessible than its neighbours Courbevoie and La Garenne-Colombes, Asnières welcomes new arrivals every year - newcomers as well as investors.
Line 15 of the Grand Paris Express will be put into service there in 2030.
One of the first cities to benefit from Greater Paris with metro line 4 as of 2021. In 2025, line 15 will complete the RER B which connects Châtelet in 17 min.
Residents benefit from numerous local shops, services and green spaces, only 3 km from Porte d'Orléans!
The department bordering Paris is the cheapest in terms of price per m2 and the main beneficiary of the Grand Paris (20 billion euros of investment, source: Société du Grand Paris), thanks in particular to the 2024 Paris Olympic Games.
Ideal for building up a real estate portfolio for the future.
First beneficiary of Greater Paris with the extension of line 14 at the end of 2020 and some programmes eligible for reduced VAT.
Saint-Ouen is the privileged city of the inhabitants of the 18th arrondissement in search of space at affordable prices.
From 238.000 €.
Host city of the 2024 Olympic Games. Located 7 km from Paris, it offers quality infrastructure with rapid access to the A1 and A86 motorways, 1 RER, 1 tramway and 2 lines of the Grand Paris Express (metros 16 and 17), which will come into service in 2024.
Ideal for first-time buyers and Pinel investors in particular.
The Grand Paris Express line 16 will be put into service there in 2024, its city centre is a village!
Close to the employment areas of Le Bourget and Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle, the population is growing by 1%/year.
The prices per m2 make it an ideal candidate for a rental investment: one of our favourites in Seine Saint-Denis.
Located in the 20th arrondissement, served by the A86, the A3 and the ring road, in addition to metro lines 3 and 7, Bagnolet benefits from quality infrastructure.
New real estate programs are rare.
The largest department in the inner suburbs of Paris is crossed by the longest river in France, the Marne, which provides a pleasant living environment for its inhabitants. The employment area, quality infrastructures with a rich offer in terms of education attract a growing population every year.
Located 1.5 km from Paris, the future French innovation/health hub will attract 8,500 researchers and 35,000 students, notably around the Gustave Roussy Institute.
As a bonus, Villejuif will benefit from the extension of metros 14 and 15 in 2024, which will link Créteil and La Défense in 12 and 25 minutes, respectively.
A historic town close to the major universities of Créteil, Val-de-Marne and Evry-Brétigny-Athis Mons, a Grand Paris Express station will be opened there in 2022.
More affordable than its neighbour Villiers-sur-Marne.
From 235.000 €.
At the heart of the Marne-Europe economic hub (72,000 m2 of offices, 19,000 m2 of shops and services), Villiers-sur-Marne will be connected to the Grand Paris Express (metro 15) from 2025 thanks to the RER E. Ideal for a rental investment.
Situated between Paris and Normandy, the Val-d'Oise is part of the inner suburbs. Economically dynamic with its nine competitive clusters and richly endowed in transport and equipment, the department also attracts with its prices per m2 more accessible than in the Hauts-de-Seine in particular.
160 parks and gardens and two nature parks will convince lovers of wide open spaces.
The flagship city of the Val-d'Oise: more than 11,000 businesses, 30,000 students and 1,500 teacher-researchers spread over 13 higher education establishments, including the ESSEC Business School, and a predominantly tenant population. Quality infrastructure (three railway stations, two motorways) and more than 500 hectares of green and wooded areas make Cergy a must.
From 230.000 €.
Opposite La Défense (connected by the T2 tramway in 14 minutes) and 10 km from Paris, Bezons benefits from an ambitious modernisation plan for its city centre for 2021. Ideal for a first purchase as well as a rental investment.
From 244.000 €.
A town with a rich historical past, Argenteuil presents a subtle mix of old houses and recent constructions along tree-lined avenues.
Easily accessible thanks to its two railway stations and the A15 and A86 motorways, the town benefits from several urban development programmes carried out by a voluntary municipality.