After a first survey carried out in 2018, Laforêt again asked the French about their motivations for buying and renovating real estate. Carried out with the FIFG, this reveals a significant increase in environmental considerations. While price and location remain the main purchase criteria, the notion of ecological impact is becoming increasingly important in the context of a renovation.
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