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Languedoc-Roussillon 2014 property prices

Here’s a breakdown of the latest average, advertised house prices across the Languedoc Roussillon region. This is data from Notaires de France and is based on average advertised selling prices for the 12 months to the end of February 2015

We’ve broken the data down into the five Languedoc departments and then by property type, including building plots where there is data available.

As this data is based on advertised prices it doesn’t reflect the actual sale prices but still provides a guide as to price bands and trends within this region.

For more detail about the French Property market in general, how it has performed over the past 12 months and our thoughts on how this might might affect British buyers decisions over the next 12 months, please take a look at our recent blog.

All quoted prices are in Euros

Older apartments by m2:

2,350

New Apartments m2:

3,630

Older houses – average sale prices:

180,000

Building land – average sale prices:

75,000

Older apartments by m2

Department average – 2,000

  • Nimes: 1,560
  • Uzes: 2,450
  • Ales: 1,440
  • Bagnols-sur-ceze: 1,500
  • Le Grau-du-Roi: 3,620

New Apartments m2

Department average – 3,590

  • Nimes: 3,320

Older houses – sale prices

Dept average –  188,500

  • Nimes: 212,700
  • Ales: 147,000
  • Milhaud: 179,000
  • Bagnols sur Ceze: 178,500
  • Rochfort du Gard: 250,000
  • Villeneuve les Avignon: 300,000
  • Beaucaire: 177,000
  • Bouillargues: 245,200
  • Amargues: 231,000
  • Aigues Mortes: 274,000
  • Le Grau du Roi: 251,000
  • Vauvert: 160,000
  • Saint Gilles: 164,200
  • Vergeze: 223,900
  • Pont Saint Esprit: 150,000

Building land – sale prices

Dept average – 75,100

  • Nimes: 117,400

Older apartments by m2

Department average – 2,660

  • Beziers: 1,040
  • Montpellier: 2,550
  • Lunel: 1,670
  • Agde: 2,970
  • Marseillan: 3,190
  • Sete: 2,400
  • Valras Plage: 2,780

New Apartments m2:

Department average – 3,760

  • Pezenas: 3,390
  • Beziers: 3,020
  • Puissalicon: 4,250
  • Agde: 4,550
  • Sete: 4,030
  • Lattes: 4,040
  • Montpellier: 3,890
  • Juvignac: 3,450
  • Castelnau-le-Lez: 3,770

Older houses – average sale prices

Department average – 215,000

  • Montpellier: 280,200
  • Beziers: 146,500
  • Servian: 159,200
  • Magalas: 162,500
  • Pezenas: 129,500
  • Cleremont l’Herault: 178,600
  • Paulhan: 178,500
  • Murviel-les-Beziers: 120,500
  • Florensac: 180,000
  • Marseillan: 156,500
  • Sete: 322,500
  • Vias: 169,000
  • Valras Plage: 139,000
  • Portiragnes: 150,000
  • Balaruc-les-Bains: 224,900
  • Gigean: 232,000
  • Lunel: 181,000
  • Lattes: 337,500
  • Perols: 346,500
  • Prades-le-Lez: 293,700

Building land – average sale prices

Department average – 90,000

  • Beziers: 60,300
  • Servian: 68,800
  • Magalas: 64,600
  • Sauvian: 77,100
  • Agde: 103,300
  • Saint Andre de Sangonis: 72,200
  • Pignan: 122,900
  • Juvignac: 84,200
  • Villeneuve les Maguelone: 90,500
  • Saint Aunes: 131,200

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Older apartments by m2

Department average – 2,130

  • Carcassonne: 970
  • Narbonne: 1,760
  • Gruissan: 2,700
  • Leucate: 2,520
  • Fleury: 730

New Apartments m2

Department average – 3,170

  • Narbonne: 3,070
  • Gruissan: 3,610

Older houses – average sale prices

Department average – 135,000

  • Narbonne: 183,000
  • Carcassonne: 118,800
  • Castelnaudary: 135,500
  • Limoux: 105,500
  • Lezignan-Corbieres: 131,400
  • Leucate: 142,000
  • Port-la-Nouvelle: 129,000
  • Gruissan: 145,500
  • Fleury: 140,000
  • Coursan: 90,000

Building land – average sale prices

Department average – 51,100

  • La Palme: 71,600

Older apartments by m2

Department average – 1,960

Perpignan: 1,310

Les Angeles: 1,980

Amelie-les-Bains: 1,220

Banyuls-sur-Mer: 3,020

Argeles-sur-mer: 3,000

Canet-en-Roussillon: 2,730

New Apartments m2

Department average – 3,070

Perpignan: 2,670

Saint-Cyprien: 2,950

Le Barcares: 4,250

Older houses – average sale prices

Department average – 167,500

Perpignan: 154,800

Canet-en-Roussillon: 205,000

Bages: 160,000

Elne: 146,000

Saint-Cyprien: 220,000

Saleilles: 186,300

Sainte-Marie: 171,500

Torreilles: 138,000

Le Barcares: 123,000

Rivesaltes: 175,500

Saint Esteve: 185,500

Pezilla la Riviere: 158,000

Le Soler: 177,000

Building land – average sale prices

Department average – 71,200

Perpignan: 68,000

Toulouges: 56,700

Saleilles: 61,100

Alenya: 84,700

Latour bas Elne: 66,000

Saint Genis des Fontaines: 93,300

Older apartments by m2

Department average – 1,330

Mende: 1440

New Apartments m2

Department average – No Data

Older houses – average sale prices

Department average – 105,000

Mende: 172,500

Building land – average sale prices

Department average – 35,500

Mende: 84,300

General observations

These are average figures and based on the advertised selling prices across the languedoc-Roussillon. This will give you a good snapshot and make it easier to compare department to department, or town to town.

However, Languedoc properties are in no way uniform, so it’s virtually impossible to compare even two, 3 bedroom village houses next door to one another without viewing them first.

What we hope this this report will do is help you to rule out areas that are maybe completely out of your budget, identify the best department for building your own home (in our view the Aude wins hands down here), or banish the myth that all coastal properties are more expensive than inland.

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