Real Estate Market in Languedoc Roussillon: News, Property Prices and Trends 
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Real Estate Market in Languedoc Roussillon: News, Property Prices and Trends 

Mahaut Fauquet
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Nestled between the Pyrenees and the Mediterranean Sea, the former region of Languedoc-Roussillon (now part of Occitanie along with the former Midi-Pyrénées region) is one of France's favorites! With its warm and sunny climate, direct proximity to the sea, mountains, and Spain, its melodious accent, and rich cuisine, Languedoc-Roussillon is increasingly attracting individuals seeking their dream home in the south of France.

Here, we detail the offerings, square meter prices, and market trends in Languedoc Roussillon.

Languedoc Roussillon Real Estate Market

Did you know that Occitanie is now the most sought-after region for buying a second home, thereby surpassing the neighboring PACA region? With dynamic student cities like Montpellier, Nîmes, or Perpignan, a rich historical heritage, and especially a unique quality of life, the region is attracting more and more investors for both primary and secondary residences.

In Languedoc Roussillon, the most sought-after properties include:

Square Meter Prices in Languedoc Roussillon

Much lower than in the neighboring region, prices in Languedoc Roussillon follow the national average. In 2024, the average price per square meter for both a house and an apartment is €2,800.

The most expensive properties are around the major cities Montpellier (€3,700/m² on average) and Perpignan (€2,700/m² on average), and along the Mediterranean coast. The hinterland (Lozère) displays the most affordable prices with an average of €2,400/m².

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Real Estate Price Trends in Languedoc Roussillon

After an exponential rise in the prices of apartments between 2000 and 2010, and houses between 2020 and 2023, the real estate market in Languedoc Roussillon is experiencing a slight decline in 2024. However, as is the case everywhere, not all properties are experiencing price drops! What we refer to as the real estate market is actually a multitude of smaller markets, divided by location or type of property, and not all are necessarily impacted by economic downturns!

Summary: An Affordable and Profitable Region

In conclusion, Languedoc-Roussillon, with its enchanting setting, continues to be an attractive market for many buyers, whether they are looking for a primary or secondary residence. Despite a slight decrease in prices observed in 2024, the region remains a prime investment due to its unparalleled quality of life and relatively affordable prices compared to other coveted regions. The diversity of properties available, ranging from country farmhouses to seaside villas, and including more ecological options, offers opportunities for all tastes and budgets.

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