Locating in Bordeaux and Gironde means choosing a competitive price per m² and a lower cost of living than in other conurbations in a market sustained by dynamic and ambitious projects.
According to data from Eurocost 2014, Bordeaux is the 2nd metropolitan area for the level of purchasing power among French conurbations of similar size.
The cost of living is almost 30% lower than in Paris and 11% less compared with the greater Paris conurbation.
In terms of business properties, prices for renting office space are also competitive. In the city centre rents are between 128 and 180 €/m²/year for new offices and between 110 and 150€/m²/year for used.
On the outskirts of Bordeaux, prices range from 120 to 140 €/m² for new or used space that has been renovated.
Bordeaux is also still one of the least expensive cities for property, with the average price of apartments at 3080 €/m².
With a purchasing capacity of 63 m² (compared with 23 m² in Paris), Bordeaux is now in 7th place among French agglomerations.