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Mission Transition Écologique: the new platform designed to help VSEs and SMEs in their approach The "Mission Transition Écologique" platform is designed to help VSEs and SMEs access the most appropriate assistance for their situation.
payment deadline on December 15The tax notices for the business property tax (CFE) are online. Liable companies have until December 15, 2023 to pay the balance. CFE
Failure to provide a statement of natural and technological risks does not result in termination of the commercial lease The fact that a lessor fails to provide a statement of natural and technological risks that is less than 6 months old is not sufficient reason to terminate the lease....
Local business taxation mapped city by city The Direction générale des Finances publiques (DGFIP) has launched a new tool presenting local business tax data in the form of dynamic maps.
Reindustrialization boosts construction sector Penalized by the crisis in housing construction, the building sector is benefiting from France's industrial development.
Commercial premises: work prescribed by the authorities is the responsibility of the lessor A landlord who receives a notice from the authorities requiring him to carry out restoration work on his commercial premises cannot require his tenant to do the work....
Variation in commercial lease rents frozen at 3.5% year-on-year While inflation remains high, the 3.5% rent increase freeze for households and SMEs has been extended...
Requalifying a rental contract as a commercial lease: what is the limitation period? In a recent decision, the French Supreme Court (Cour de cassation) ruled on the starting point of the limitation period for an action to requalify a rental contract as a commercial...
Damage caused by an equipment rental company on a worksite: who is liable? The contractual liability of a construction company cannot be engaged when the damage is caused by the company to which it has rented equipment.
Building: ways to contain the rise in construction prices Construction prices remain high, mainly due to inflation in materials prices.
How to find a business premises close to home? There are many advantages to finding a business premises close to home that is suited to your needs. Here are a few tips to help you do just that...
Mortgages: monthly usury rates from February 1 The French Ministry of the Economy has approved the monthly adjustment of the usury rate, which has until now been revised quarterly. This is a temporary measure to adapt to rising interest rates...
United Kingdom: mortgage rates exceed 6%. Government announcements have caused panic in the UK mortgage market.
Real estate market tense up All players in the sector have observed a rise in mortgage rates since the beginning of the year, which is not without consequences.
The usury rate weighs on consumer credit The usury rate is being criticized not only by mortgage professionals, but also by consumer credit specialists.
Startups tackle energy-efficient building renovation In France, the building sector has a central role to play in achieving carbon neutrality by 2050.
Real estate: the French take advantage of still favorable lending conditions The French are reacting to the tightening of borrowing conditions, and many are keen to take advantage of the still favorable environment.
Stricter conditions for access to mortgages Lending rates have been on the rise for several months now, making it more difficult for low-income borrowers to obtain a mortgage.
Mortgages: borrowing conditions worsen Faced with rising interest rates and longer processing times, some households are seeing their borrowing conditions deteriorate.
Mortgage rates: how banks argue against rising rates After years of low rates, banks need to find new arguments to convince their customers to invest in property.
Mortgages: the end of very low interest rates Interest rates on mortgages, which have long been at historically low levels, have been rising steadily since January. Analysis.
The EU wants to step up the fight against shell companies The European Commission has proposed a directive to tighten regulations on shell companies in the fight against tax evasion.
Home loan rates: a respite before a rise in 2022? While mortgage rates appear to have stabilized in December, brokers fear significant increases in 2022. We take a closer look.
Business: conditions for property tax relief Since March 2020, the government has been introducing exceptional measures to combat the spread of Covid-19 and its collateral effects.
ECB warns of soaring property prices In its review of financial stability, the European Central Bank warned of the sharp rise in property prices.
Property tax jumps 27.9% in 10 years In 2020, property tax rose once again, an increase that has been uninterrupted for 10 years and now stands at 27.9%.