Property in Haute-Garonne: The Price of Old Houses Explodes

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Count on average 236 000 euros if you want to buy a house in Haute-Garonne.

In Haute-Garonne, the price of old houses has risen sharply in one year. Here are the prices in Toulouse and in the main communes of the department.

The dynamism of the Toulouse market is felt even more on the Haute-Garonne . Sales volumes are increasing almost everywhere (+ 3.8% for old apartments, + 21% in new homes and + 0.7% for old houses) between April 2018 and March 2019.

+ 4.2% in and around

In terms of old houses, the rise in the price of m 2 is 4.2% over one year , against 5.5% for apartments. “This is very significant in the department, and the share of the budget spent on houses is increasing. And in this landscape, the Toulouse chipboard weighs heavily, “says M e Philippe Pailhès.

Median price for a house: 236,000 euros

The median price of the m is 2440 euros in Haute-Garonne (84 000 euros for a building plot). It’s above average in Occitania, which is 2210 euros. To buy a house in the department, expect an average of 236,000 euros with notable differences between Toulouse (340,000 euros, with an increase of 7.6% over one year!) And Comminges (118 600 euros for the Luchonnais or 103 100 euros for the sector of Saint-Gaudens).

The palm for Balma

The palm of the most expensive city of the department, on the old houses, returns to Balma with a median price of 412 500 euros , in spite of a significant fall of the market in this commune of more than 16 000 inhabitants of the East Toulouse (- 6.2%).

Here is the classification of the main cities of Haute-Garonne:


  • Balma (412,500 euros / m 2 )
  • Pibrac (383 000 euros)
  • Toulouse (340,000 euros)
  • Ramonville (335,100 euros)
  • Tournefeuille (326 900 euros)
  • Saint-Orens (304 100 euros)
  • Quint-Fonsegrives (302 000 euros)
  • Léguevin (295,000 euros)
  • The Union (294,200 euros)
  • Pleasure-of-Touch (293 000 euros)
  • Montaigut-sur-Save (290,900 euros)
  • Blagnac (289,900 euros)
  • Castanet-Tolosan (289,000 euros)
  • Rockets (286 500 euros)
  • Escalquens (284 90 euros)
  • Aussonne (280 800 euros)
  • Fontenilles (279 000 euros)
  • Saint John (262,000 euros)
  • Colomiers (256 500 euros)
  • The Salvetat-Saint-Gilles (256 000 euros)
  • Cornebarrieu (254 400 euros)
  • Eaunes (250 500 euros)
  • Aucamville (248,300 euros)
  • Fonsorbes (247 000 euros)
  • Portet-sur-Garonne (245 000 euros)
  • Frouzins (241 700 euros)
  • Castelginest (241 000 euros)
  • Fenouillet (239,200 euros)
  • Launaguet (231 700 euros)
  • Seysses (229 50 euros)
  • Carbonne (222,100 euros)
  • Villeneuve-Tolosane (215,000 euros)
  • Granada (212,300 euros)
  • Nailloux (212 000 euros)
  • Caraman (211 400 euros)
  • Villefranche-de-Lauragais (204,300 euros)
  • Wall (200 000 euros)
  • Revel (167,000 euros)
  • Saint-Gaudens (105,000 euros)

Falling wall

Year-on-year, the strong increases concern Carbonne (15.8%), Aussonne (14.6%) and Saint-Orens (11.8%) . On the other hand, others plummeted (-15.7% in Escalquens, -13.5% in Castanet, etc.), particularly the Muret sub-prefecture (-12.2%), despite its good geographic position and its fast-paced TER network. Maybe it pays the heavy work of downtown around the station, the daily traffic jams and the weight of the highway toll …

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