VINGT PARIS featured in The Times, November 2016
“House hunters are back in the city and they want a small, chic apartment in a fashionable street.”…”Susie Hollands says the €500,000 to €1 million sector is especially active. ‘Supply is limited because everyone, from international buyers to domestic downsizers, wants compact (807 sq ft), two-bedroom apartments for under €700,000 for a pied-à-terre. We have not seen offers at these asking prices for years.'”
VINGT PARIS featured in The Gulf, December 2015
“In the last two months, we’ve had a surge of buyers – people from the Gulf, especially from Saudi Arabia. Due of the death of the king, members of the royal family have been inheriting money and they’re buying like crazy here, really like crazy, especially in the last six weeks,” says Susie Hollands, chief executive of Paris-based real estate agency Vingt Paris.
VINGT PARIS featured in The Times, November 2015
“The mairie sent 60 inspectors into the popular Marais district to announce potential fines of €25,000 [£17,700] if owners carry out short-term lets,” says Susie Hollands, of VINGT Paris, the luxury estate agency.
VINGT PARIS featured in Financial Times, August 2015
Susie Hollands, chief executive of property company Vingt Paris, is sceptical that there will be a significant change in the northern part of the arrondissement. “What people have to understand is that these areas have been in gentrification mode for probably more than 10 or 12 years already. Gentrification doesn’t happen as quickly as it does in London or Brooklyn.”
VINGT PARIS features in Property Wire, August 2015
Susie Hollands, chief executive officer of VINGT Paris, believes that it is a good time to invest in property in the city. ‘Its culture, cuisine, reputation for intellectualism and abundance of beautiful homes make Paris a world class city, plus it has excellent international schools, a solid infrastructure and excellent transport network,’ she said.
VINGT Paris featured in Living France, September 2015
The recently released Spring Report from estate agency VINGT Paris, comparing property prices in prime Paris and London locations, has revealed that London hot spots are considerably more expensive than their French equivalents.