The Savoie Mont-Blanc real estate market has lagged behind the national economic crisis. Nevertheless, since 2015, the sector resumes colors. The figures quoted in the supplement to the Eco of the Pays de Savoie of October 9, 2016 prove it.
In Haute-Savoie, the average density is 181 inhabitants / m2, representing a high potential for real estate projects. The average annual growth rate of the population between 2008 and 2013 is 1.40%. A figure mainly related to the dynamics of territory, which is increasing by 0.8% per year.
In the first half of 2016, the price of existing homes for sale increased by 4% to 3,447 € / m2 for the apartments and 355 000 € on average for the sale of houses, excluding the mountain sector, according to The FNAIM. According to the figures of the Notaires de France, the median price in the former for the period July 2015 to June 2016 on the sector gives an almost stable result for the apartments, with annual growth of -0.2%, amounting to 3 280 € / m2. The sale of houses is doing well, with + 1.5% and 345 000 € of median price. 17 000 transactions are carried out in the existing Haute Savoie. Retroactively, 3,500 hectares per year were consumed between 2004 and 2014 for urbanization in Haute-Savoie, ie an average of 1 hectare of land per day.
In the evolution of housing starts in Pays de Savoie, between the second quarters of 2015 and 2016, the country of Evian shows an increase of 10% and beyond. According to the demographic growth scenario established by the Géodes / AATES - prospective 2015-2020 design office, the annual new housing needs per year in Haute-Savoie would require building between 6,000 and 7,500 units each year out of the five Years, to respond to population changes.
Source : « Panorama de l’immobilier en Savoie Mont-Blanc,Les acteurs du secteur décryptent les enjeux », supplément du magazine Eco Des Pays de Savoie n°40/1415 du 7 octobre 2016.