The Grand Est region of northeastern France saw home prices fall by 10 to 15 percent in 2011, when the global economic crisis hit the real estate market there, said Laurent Furst, a consultant with the online real estate company Safti.
But the region tends to be more stable than other parts of France, and there wasn’t a great run-up in prices before the recession, said Christelle Schenck, the broker owner of L’Emplacement Cabinet Immobilier, in Strasbourg. “Prices went down, down, down until 2013,” Ms. Schenck said. “But now it’s getting stable again.”
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