2021-05-04T13: 16: 14.000 + 02: 00
Many shutters closed on the Breton coast. With more than 40% of second homes in Perros-Guirec (Côtes-d’Armor), it is not always easy for Bretons to acquire housing. “It is true that it takes up a lot of space in Perros-Guirec. And for young people, it is very complicated to be able to find accommodation,” says a passerby. The trend is accentuated with the health crisis. Prices have increased by around 10% this year 2021 in the town. So, to counter the phenomenon, Nil Caouissin, professor of history and geography, militates for the creation of a “Breton resident” status. You would have to be a tenant for at least a year before you could buy.
Faced with this phenomenon, other people are more measured and believe that these investments boost the life of the municipality. But for the mayor of Perros-Guirec, the profile of buyers is changing. With the increase in teleworking, second homes could, according to him, be occupied longer in the year. Note that the phenomenon concerns the entire Breton coast where there are more than 255,000 second homes.
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