Greater Paris: where to invest in real estate?

Greater Paris: where to invest in real estate?
Greater Paris: where to invest in real estate?

The Greater Paris project is on everyone’s mind, and investors are already arriving from all over France and even the world to see if a few plots of land could benefit them in the future. Add to that the fact that real estate is booming after the health care crisis, and you have the perfect combination to hit the deep end.

Thus, the Ile-de-France region and all the departments associated with it are at the center of financial attention, the consequences of which should be very significant. Therefore, we have selected and highlighted several cities that should be among the most interesting in terms of post-investment spinoffs. Where to invest in real estate in Greater Paris? We tell you everything!

Saint Denis

The flagship city of Seine-Saint-Denis, nine-three, as it is called, stands at the forefront of all the projects and infrastructure it offers. Not far from Paris, it has the honor of owning the famous Stade de France and will host the 2024 Paris Olympics, that’s all! Construction of the future Saint-Denis Pleyel station abounds in this direction and should eventually convince people to go there.

Invest in some of the 4,500 unique and modern accommodations to come and invite future fellow citizens and other students to put their feet under the table or on the TV stand to settle comfortably in this city that will soon rely on all of Paris.

Romainville

The second option on this list is Romainville. Another town in Saint-Saint-Denis, Romainville, is also very interesting in terms of future real estate investments. Line 11 of the Grand Paris Express will extend connections with the T1 tram, RER E and metro line 15 to Romainville.

The city is very well developed commercially and culture has a place of choice in addition to the many schools it offers. Therefore, it is ideal for all families.

Courbevois

In light of Greater Paris, Courbevoie will host major global groups such as Total, Engie and Areva. Line 13 should be extended to connect Courbevoie directly with the capital.

Needless to say, rental housing there will boom as soon as business booms in Courbevoie.

Clay Sui

It’s one of those towns that gives off a rural feel and promises a laid-back lifestyle at first glance, despite the many local shops. Located in the Seine-et-Marne department, Claye Souilly has everything to tempt families looking for a new cozy nest.

Its young and active population enjoys vast green spaces that enhance the dynamism of the environment. The tenants of the future will only have to blend in with the crowd.

Poissy

Just a stone’s throw from Paris, Poissy contains a vast architectural heritage. The reputation of Notre Dame and the Toy Museum is well established. To complete the whole, commercial premises with restaurants and cinemas are scattered with appropriate tact to the surrounding tranquility.

Don’t delay, come and invest in local real estate for good income while living comfortably for families.

Aubervilliers

In recent years, Aubervilliers has created numerous social and green infrastructures to restore an image that has been somewhat tarnished by the past. Therefore, all the housing, shops, schools and green areas built over the years to create eco-districts will be obvious arguments for any entrepreneur who wants to invest in local real estate.

It has also experienced very strong growth in recent years, and this is no accident.

Villejuif

It is Val-de-Marne’s turn to attract future rental investors, as Villejuif has many arguments for its future residents. Gustave de Roussy and Louis Aragon stations will soon become part of the local transport heritage to come, visit and rent the 500 housing units planned for the Grand Paris opening.

Nanterre

The city of Nanterre, supported by the La Défense district, is already well established in the city of light. Investments in real estate will be numerous and interesting to make in this area. These accommodation conditions will also be aimed at students and generally over the age of 35. The multifunctional hall of Paris’ La Défense Arena and the famous Eyault Towers will soon be equipped with neighboring residential towers to accommodate people who have to practice their profession or study in the sector. A sector that is growing more and more over the years.

Metro lines 15 and 18 are to come, as well as the RER E. Big corporate headquarters and the University of Paris Ouest will eventually convince all these beautiful people to come live here.

Boris Rabilo
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