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'Rising rates slow French house prices':


Good news for the half million Britons estimated to own a home in France. French house prices look set for a soft landing after record rises in the past two years.

According to year-end forecasts from the Fédération Nationale de l'Immobilier, prices nationwide are expected to average rises of 6% and 7% this year, after surging 10.3% in 2005 and 15.5% in 2004.

The slowdown is caused by the rise in euro zone interest rates and diminishing household borrowing capacity. It comes after a decade in which prices have increased on average nationwide by 7.8% a year, transforming the wealth of France's 20m households.

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