Property market


A holiday home in Provence

Beyond its picture-postcard image, Provence has many other facets. It in fact covers several “départements” : Read on...



Spotlight on the beauty of inland Provence

Just like the city of Aix, thes surrounding region offers the appreciable privilege of choice. A choice of life-style, architecture and even prices. Members of the real-estate industry take us on a tour of one of the (...) Read on...



At the water's edge

It’s not an easy task to make a classic analysis of this micro-market. To take its real measure, one simply has to recall that the Côte d’Azur shares the highest prices in France with the Parisian region and the (...) Read on...



The eastern Var, an enchanting region

The eastern Var, an enchanting region

Its reputation is well-established : untamed nature, a unique view of the Estérel mountains, the sea or the red rocks of Le Trayas, hill-top villages of inimitable charm… Decidedly, the region which unfurls (...) Read on...

Aix : enviable properties

Aix : enviable properties

Nothing seems to halt enthusiasm for this city. Locals, students, retirees and foreigners all take Aix’s property market by storm. Reasons for living here are not lacking : only living space is sorely missing… (...) Read on...

Rentals on the Côte d’Azur

Rentals on the Côte d’Azur

The coastline between Menton and Saint-Tropez is a region which draws a wide, cosmopolitan public. Some opt for seasonal rentals and luxurious properties on the capes, others in the region around Cannes or at (...) Read on...


Special edition n°100

Special edition n°100

The first issue of Résidences Immobilier was published 13 years ago, a magazine entirely dedicated to the sale of exclusive properties. The 100th issue takes an unusual form, that of a collector’s (...) Read on...

Nice, a highly diversified market

Nice, a highly diversified market

Undoubtedly the most heterogeneous town in the Alpes-Maritimes, Nice caters for a varied clientele and a wide range of budgets. Members of the real-estate industry contribute to our survey, revealing the town's (...) Read on...

Spotlight on the Alpilles

Spotlight on the Alpilles

The renown of the Alpilles has crossed the borders of France, yet this mountainous area only consists of about 42,750 acres. Its villages, Saint-Rémy, Les Baux, Maussane and Eygalières, distill all the charm of (...) Read on...


At the heart of the Principality

At the heart of the Principality

The world’s smallest state after the Vatican set a world record in 2004 in terms of density. The town continues to grow – upwards ! Pursuing a policy of extensive construction, the authorities are also winning (...) Read on...

Cap d'Antibes

Cap d'Antibes

This famous cape starts at the bay of La Garoupe and ends in Juan-les-Pins. Only slightly behind that of Cap Ferrat, its property market undergoes the occasional change, but never slows down. It’s hard to (...) Read on...

The many facets of the Luberon

The many facets of the Luberon

Rich and varied, this nature park is the perfect example of a return to basics and a search for a quality life-style - two themes that are currently very popular. Professionals in the field give their opinions. Top (...) Read on...


From Les Issambres to Antheor

From Les Issambres to Antheor

A coastline not overly built-up, a quality world for golfers and good road and rail services – all persuasive arguments in favour of Les Issambres, Fréjus, Saint-Raphaël, Agay and Anthéor. The population (...) Read on...

Mougins : convincing attributes

Mougins : convincing attributes

One of the largest in France, the commune of Mougins is often considered as a countrified off-shoot of Cannes… Four estate agents invite us to widen this view. Mougins and its various neighbourhoods (...) Read on...

Saint-Paul/La Colle-sur-Loup

Saint-Paul/La Colle-sur-Loup

Two attributes with which the Saint-Paul/La Colle-sur-Loup area are generously endowed. Not forgetting beautiful scenery, a sublime view of the sea from certain points, exclusive properties and the proximity of Nice (...) Read on...