Real estate. Lyon, Grenoble… Which city best helps you renovate your house?

Real estate. Lyon, Grenoble… Which city best helps you renovate your house?
Real estate. Lyon, Grenoble… Which city best helps you renovate your house?

Although the best-known national energy renovation support system is MaPrimeRénov’, local authorities nonetheless remain dynamic in their desire to encourage individuals to embark on the work.

Variable subsidies

Complementary to national aid, these subsidies however vary from one metropolis to another and depend on the resources of the applicants.

Update with a study by the Ithaque company, specializing in support for energy renovation, which draws up a double ranking of the metropolises which finance the most energy renovation of homes for intermediate incomes and the highest incomes *.

A rise in renovation aid

Improving the energy efficiency of the French real estate stock constitutes one of the major challenges of the ecological transition.

“However, there are still nearly 5 million thermal strainers left in France. In 2024, the State fundamentally reformed MaPrimeRénov’ by launching a “supported pathway”. notes Ithaca. “The objective being to maximize aid, provided that you carry out a large-scale renovation and are accompanied by an approved professional “Mon Accompagnateur Rénov”. »

Then, faced with the drop in requests, the system has evolved since May with the return of single-gestures until December 31, 2024.

There are also renovation support schemes offered by local authorities which, combined with national aid, can cover a large part of the costs.

But they are less known. “However, these subsidies remain very variable from one metropolis to another and subject to precise eligibility criteria”specifies Ithaca.

Rouen, Lyon… metropolises that help middle-income earners

The metropolis of Rouen, in first position in the Ithaca ranking, offers €17,800 to households with intermediate incomes who renovate their homes. In Lyon, they can hope for €16,000, in Grenoble €10,600 and in Strasbourg €9,500.

Top 10 metropolises where it is good to renovate your house for middle-income earners

Metropolis

Maximum amount of aid

1.

Rouen

17 800 €

2.

Nice

17 000 €

3.

Lyon

16 700 €

4.

Rennes

16 000 €

5.

Nantes

15 250 €

6.

Grenoble

10 600 €

7.

Toulouse

10 500 €

8.

Strasbourg

9 500 €

9.

Bordeaux

7 800 €

10.

Clermont-Ferrand

4 300 €

Source : Ithaca

Next door, Dijon, outside the top 10, offers €500 to middle incomes and Nancy €0.

Metropolises that also support high incomes

If the top 5 metropolises are the same in both rankings, their position can change depending on the income level of the applicants.

But the aid amounts nevertheless remain generally similar from one classification to another. Lyon, for example, moves into second place with a subsidy distributed to higher-income households identical to households belonging to the middle-income category (€16,700).

Conversely, Nice is significantly more advantageous for intermediate incomes (€17,000, compared to €16,700), like Strasbourg (€9,500, compared to €8,600) and Grenoble (€10,600, compared to €6,350).

Top 10 cities where it is good to renovate your house for higher incomes

Metropolis

Maximum amount of aid

1.

Rouen

17 800 €

2.

Lyon

16 700 €

3.

Rennes

16 000 €

4.

Nantes

15 250 €

5.

Nice

13 700 €

6.

Toulouse

9 500 €

7.

Strasbourg

8 600 €

8.

Bordeaux

7 800 €

9.

Grenoble

6 350 €

10.

Clermont-Ferrand

4 300 €

Source : Ithaca

Same observation as for the previous classification: Dijon offers €500 to higher incomes and Nancy €0.

Financial aid even in other metropolises

But according to Ithaca, even metropolises outside the top 10 are not left out. They all offer assistance programs which aim to fill the gaps in MaPrimeRénov’. Some, like Brest, will seek to finance self-isolation projects, others like Tours will focus on households with modest and very modest incomes.

* Ithaca consulted all the aid offered by the 22 French metropolises as of April 30, 2024 via the Anil website, the dedicated site of each metropolis, the renovation advisors of the metropolis or even a framework of the program metropolis energy renovation. Flat-rate grants as well as grants as a % of the amount of work have been included. The categories middle income et higher income were defined as such according to the MaPrimeRénov’ 2024 criteria. The amount of aid indicated is an accumulation of aid at the level of the associated metropolis, department and region. The metropolises of Saint-Étienne, Orléans, Lille, Marseille, Toulon and Metz are not included in thee classification, because the aid amounts could not be verified.

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