gouv.fr without an identifier. These are the dgfip files, separated by year and by department or municipality (municipality code). They are called “geolocated” because geolocation columns have been added, and cadastral parcel identifiers “updated”. This is the version that is used for the app.dvf application.
Thank you very much your answer is … almost perfect you just had to add the link
A small detail I don’t know if this is explained in the doc but for opening the file the accents (of the names of towns) are only readable with unicode utf-8.
The link I copied for you above is a permanent link, independent of the name of the page. Regarding the encoding, this is utf-8, with a comma separator. We have kept the original format. To change this, you have to open the file in an editor, for example notepad ++, convert to Latin 1, save.
I am the spokesperson for the small communities in my department who have no computer training or specialty in this area (no more than me) so normal people, most often a (a) secretary of town hall who works part time in 2 or 3 towns.
If you go directly to data.gouv.fr you come across a national DVF file “impossible to download because it is too heavy” or impossible to open.
So the goal for me is to give a link to the communities of my department which is directly accessible without additional research otherwise they will not go and I will have to proceed with an authorization of these communities (in our DGFiP MADHRAS application) and then their own file will be sent to them (then of course they will struggle to open it and I will be asked to help them…).
I am talking about local authorities who want to have easy access to their data, which have free office (sometimes) of excell (sometimes) and that on an office computer.
The goal is for everyone to be happy and to waste as little time as possible (especially me for being a little selfish).
Can you give me a link “independent of the page naming” better and more “definitive” than https://www.data.gouv.fr/fr/datasets/demandes-de-valeurs-foncieres-geolocalisees/ which allows communities to have direct access to data at least at departmental level.
I would like to be able to send this link to 313 municipalities (and 9 EPCIs) in my department.
No response to my dvf 2019 data download request. Is there an explanation?
I would like to ask whether you have a more granular breakdown relative to the category “Local industrial. commercial or the like ”.
The page is displayed, lines are visible … but the download does not end …
After a while the page becomes blank again, attempts to refresh do nothing …
Many thanks for the hard work in keeping this database up to date.
How to interpret a lot number equal to zero? When the sale of an apartment only includes the apartment without cellar or outbuilding, the number of lots is either 1 or 0. How to interpret the number of lots equal to zero? Is it to clean and set to 1?
I would like to know if the data update and the publication of the first half of 2020 is maintained for the month of April?
Unfortunately, I didn’t feel like it! The April 16 deadline has passed.
The publication has taken place. You will find in the file “Real estate values 2019” transactions going up to 12/31/2019 (H2 2019).
I wanted to check the sales of apartments in a specific building, but I always come across the cadastral zone. How can I consult the apartment selling prices? Thank you in advance for your help and have a nice day
If data relating to a sale is available (there is sometimes a delay in data feedback … or processing errors on our part), the plot on which the property is located is colored pink. Otherwise in blue. You can click on the pink plots, a menu on the right unfolds with the dates, areas, prices and types of property.
I would like to know if there is a file allowing to know the owners of the various establishments proposed in this document?
Hello, this file is not available to the public. On the other hand, you can request this information from the town hall on which the property that interests you depends. cordially
Hello Sir, you will find information on the geographical scope in the document: https://static.data.gouv.fr/resources/demandes-de-valeurs-foncieres/20191220-102114/notice-descriptive-du-fichier-dvf .pdf (link on this page). cordially
do we have to wait for the next update in april to have all the 2018 data?
I would need the 2005-2010 DVFs on my department, who can I contact?
First of all, thank you very much for the work of your entire team on the base.
We were able to download the txt file “Valeurs Foncières 2018” without any worries last April. However, today I cannot download it. When I hit download it directly opens the URL with all the lines of text loading endlessly.
Would you have the possibility to join me by mail or other the txt file?
Once the tab is open, right clicking then save works. No need to wait for a download to complete. If in doubt, look at the weight of the downloaded file vs that displayed on the page. cordially
Discussion between the organization and the community about this dataset.