If the real estate market has picked up since the date of deconfinement, on May 11, the plans of future buyers are modified by the health crisis.
Since May 11, transactions have resumed, but the confinement has given some ideas to buyers, whose projects have evolved. The rise of houses with gardens is on the rise, and comfort has become a priority. After two months at a complete standstill, the real estate market is waking up. According to a recent survey, 68% of buyers and 83% of sellers have not changed their minds about their real estate projects.
However, new criteria have been added according to potential buyers, since the confinement period. A third of buyers are developing their projects, and are moving in priority towards houses, without vis-à-vis and without co-ownership. But what impact on prices? According to Christine Fumagalli, president of the Orpi network, “there is little impact on price levels in very tight areas, with such a gap between supply and demand“.