Buying a house is a real investment. According to Le Figaro, it would seem that the French want to move away from the cities, by having accommodation in the open air.

And this dream has finally materialized, as evidenced by the “record number” of transactions relating to housing in the countryside, explains the national federation of land regulation bodies in Ouest France. Thus, on average, 111,930 transactions were recorded, an increase of 6.6% in 2020.

However, this can be a risky bet… The house could lose value or not see its price increase over the years. In this sense, Planet has produced the slideshow below which presents the ranking of the departments where the cost of country houses has fallen or has not increased as quickly as elsewhere…

Conversely, these second homes have cost much more since 2018 in certain areas. Here is the average rate of increase in real estate prices: