Based on this quantitative analysis covering the period from January to December 2022, four trends reflect the current context of the new housing market in Ile-de-France:
After a good start to the year and stability observed in the 2nd quarter, sales of new homes in Ile-de-France contracted between July and December 2022. Over one year, the region recorded a stable level of transactions compared to 2021 (27.292 units of which 95% collective). At the departmental level, Hauts-de-Seine (-7%), Seine-Saint-Denis (-11%), Seine-et-Marne (-12%) and Essonne (-7%) see their volume of transactions decrease. Conversely, the rest of the departments recorded increases of between 4% (Yvelines) and 27% (Val-de-Marne). In volume, Hauts-de-Seine and Seine-Saint-Denis account for 3% of total regional sales.
The number of lettings increased by 12% over one year for a total of 39.818 newly introduced homes on the market. The number of new homes has fluctuated over the quarters between 2% and 4% of total listings. As with sales, the developments are very disparate depending on the departments. Val-de-Marne and Val-d'Oise recorded the strongest increases (+43%). Nearly 8.000 new homes have come out of the ground in the most commercial department in 2022: Seine-Saint-Denis. Seine-et-Marne (-17%) and Essonne (-13%) suffered the most marked annual declines.
Thanks to the dynamic of listings, the stock of available housing is becoming more expensive and reached 37.749 units as of December 31, 2022 (+50%). Val-de-Marne (+96%) followed by Val-d'Oise and Seine-Saint-Denis (+68%) again experienced the most significant increases in stock prices. At this date, 4% of the regional outstanding is made up of new houses (1.500 units).
Over one year, the average price of a new apartment in Ile-de-France increased by 2,9% and reached €6.065/m². With the exception of Val-de-Marne (-1,8%), all the Ile-de-France departments recorded a price increase but in very variable proportions, between +2,2% in Yvelines and +11,9% in the Val d'Oise. In value, Paris (€14.335/m²) remains the most expensive department while Seine-et-Marne (€4.574/m²) followed by Essonne (€4.587/m²) show the most affordable prices for new buildings . At municipal level, the average price in the towns on the outskirts of the capital continues to soar and exceeds the price of certain Parisian districts such as Neuilly-sur-Seine (€16.092/m²), Saint-Mandé (€14.622 /m²), Boulogne-Billancourt (€14.020/m²), Levallois-Perret (€13.064/m²), or even Vincennes (€11.849/m²).
In addition, from 2023, the ADIL Paris Housing Observatory will stop its activities concerning the new real estate situation in Ile-de-France in order to redirect its work towards the study of housing and habitat issues. faced by households consulting the Observatory.