This is a brand new indicator that could serve you well if you are looking to rent an apartment or a house in Côte-d’Or. The Ministry of Ecological Transition and the National Agency for Housing Information published, at the start of 2023, the very first rent map in France. And, depending on the departments, the contrasts are obviously very strong.
Apartments: the most expensive rents north of Dijon
If you are looking for an apartment, you will have to pay up to €33 per square meter in the most exclusive districts of Paris. A sum that will already allow you to rent 6m² near Darney, in the Vosges, where the average price per m² for rent is the lowest in France (€5.74). Clearly, a 50 m² apartment will cost 1,650 in the 4th arrondissement of Paris or 287 € for a bit of greenery in the Vosges…
In Côte-d’Or also prices vary greatly depending on the location. Unsurprisingly, it is in the Dijon conurbation and its crown as well as near Beaune that prices are the highest. With a palm that goes to the municipality of Daix and an average square meter estimated at 13.44 €. Conversely, prices are much lower in a large western half of the department. And the lowest rates would be found in the vicinity of Pont-et-Massène with an average m² of around €6.63. Still for a 50 m² apartment, it will therefore be 672 € in Daix compared to 331 € at the edge of the Lac de Pont.
Houses: the south-east of Dijon on the coast
Before looking at the data, we would have thought that the sectors with the highest rents in the Côte-d’Or would take shape in the Dijon conurbation before descending along the wine-growing coast. Well, not quite. Unsurprisingly, it is in Dijon that the m² is the most expensive to rent, for a house, with an estimated average price of €12.07. But then, it is more towards the south-east (Marsannay-la-Côte, Longvic, Ouges, Tart, Varanges, Tréclun…) that the prices remain the highest around €10.54 per square meter.
And to find the lowest rents (but rental properties are also very rare…), head to the region of Aignay-le-Duc or Villiers-le-Duc with 5.44 € per square meter.
How was this card born?
To establish this first edition of the rent map in France, the Ministry of Ecological Transition and the National Agency for Information on Housing based themselves on the advertisements published on the platforms of the SeLoger group and Leboncoin over the period. 2018 – 2022.
After collecting this data and carrying out an econometric model, the rent indicators are expressed including charges for typical unfurnished properties rented out in the 3rd quarter of 2022 with the following characteristics:
– For an apartment (all types combined): area of 52 m² and average area per room of 22.2 m²
– For a house: area of 92 m² and average area per room of 22.3 m²
And the authors of the data warn. As these are only rental properties, these may be locally rare or even non-existent. Thus, the mesh method was used. Clearly, for municipalities with no rental accommodation via an advertisement on at least one of the two platforms over the period considered, the rent indicator is that estimated for a larger grid comprising neighboring municipalities with similar characteristics. .
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Real estate. From 5 to 13 € per m²: the rent map for apartments and houses in Côte-d’Or