Real estate rental: rent
Rent setting for private dwellings
- Rent amount (general case)
- In Paris
- In Lille, Hellemmes and Lomme
- Aubervilliers, La Courneuve, Épinay-sur-Seine, Île-Saint-Denis, Pierrefitte-sur-Seine, Saint-Denis, Saint-Ouen, Stains, Villetaneuse
- In Lyon and Villeurbanne
- Bagnolet, Bobigny, Bondy, Le Pré Saint-Gervais, Les Lilas, Montreuil, Noisy-le-Sec, Pantin, Romainville
- Rent amount in Montpellier since July 1, 2022
- Rent amount in Bordeaux since July 15, 2022
Payment and evolution
- Can you keep your social housing if your income rises?
- Rent supplement: what are the rules?
- How to increase the rent of a dwelling subject to the 1948 law?
- Rent of a contracted accommodation (Anah): is there a maximum amount?
- What is the rent control to respect in tense areas?
- Rent Release: How do I get it?
- What should I do if I have difficulty paying my rent?
- Do you have to pay a fee to the landlord in case of late payment of rent?
- What is the limitation period for a rent debt?
- Micro-housing: do you have to pay a tax in case of high rent?
- Aid for the deposit of a security deposit or the guarantee of a rental unitService-Public.fr
- Becoming a tenant in private accommodationService-Public.fr
- Real estate rental: rental agreement (lease)Service-Public.fr
- Real estate rental: obligations of the owner (landlord)Service-Public.fr
- Real estate rental: obligations of the tenantService-Public.fr
- Real estate rental: end of leaseService-Public.fr