For the new edition of its Barometer, Domexpo is interested in Ile-de-France residents who had a house built in 2020. Despite a year marked by the health crisis, nearly 7.000 households from Ile-de-France had built: are have they remained in their region of origin or have they chosen to leave it instead? Answers with the Domexpo Barometer, produced in partnership with Caron Marketing.
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