The French are looking for a way to keep people in France.
The country is trying to revive its real estate market, and its still struggling to keep up with demand for housing.
This is a topic that’s been on the table for years.
But the country has yet to find the right solution, according to the Paris-based real estate consultancy Lyon.
In the past, French politicians have sought to protect French residents from competition.
But they haven’t had the same luck with the housing market.
“It’s a bit like an oil bubble, where you see the market coming down.
It’s very fragile,” said Daniel Boulger, CEO of Lyon France.
The problem is that people don’t really want to buy in France, and they don’t want to live in it.
Boulgers said there is a lack of real estate agents who know how to work with renters.
Instead, he said, French renters would prefer to rent an apartment with a friend or family member.
The solution to that is to find another country, he added.