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Description of Lorraine
France suffered a couple of rather tragic years in an economic sense after the 2008 global financial crisis, leading to so many international investors turning a blind eye to what's on offer. However, the slump made buying into key areas such as Lorraine more affordable than ever before, even if the chances of bringing home a generous profit or rent yield are rather on the low side. The beautiful region is famed for its unspoiled landscapes, epic outdoor pursuits and world-class wine production – it's also the birthplace of Joan of Arc. As a location for a second home or holiday property there's really no knocking Lorraine, but when it comes to investment for the purposes of pure profit, the opportunities take a fair bit more digging to find.

Current Property Prices in Lorraine

472 properties listed for sale in Lorraine

1 bed apartments:

1 listed for sale
£120,802 to £120,802
Average: £120,802

2 bed apartments:

2 listed for sale
£112,924 to £112,924
Average: £112,924

2 bed houses:

90 listed for sale
£21,551 to £214,468
Average: £109,272

3 bed houses:

112 listed for sale
£15,714 to £545,056
Average: £155,287

4 bed houses:

77 listed for sale
£44,000 to £537,872
Average: £200,916

5 bed houses:

36 listed for sale
£52,979 to £799,176
Average: £233,926

6 bed houses:

15 listed for sale
£73,632 to £670,541
Average: £209,237

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