Economy | Becoming an owner in Marseille, an inaccessible dream?

Hurry up, interest rates are going up!” Alice has heard this phrase dozens of times. First around her family, then at the banks. At 30, this young worker is about to buy her first apartment in a new residence at the entrance to the village of Saint-Barnabé (12th). An important and carefully considered purchase that marks a milestone. “I will be the owner. No more rents thrown out the window, I feel like I’m growing up!” she slips in enthusiastically. Today, the Marseillaise says she is “relieved”. On the one hand, she found the property that ticked her boxes, on the other hand, she managed to negotiate an attractive credit rate: 1.25% over 25 years (not counting a zero-rate part as she is a first-time buyer).
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