Type of object
Number of rooms
Rent per m²
Found by ImmoMapper
Found by ImmoMapper
Appartement de 4.5 pièces au 1er étageEntièrement rénové au goût du jourA 5 minutes de Romont et de ses commercesImmeuble calme, cuisine ouverte sur le séjour, balcon, 3 chambres,Cave
For contact details or to apply for this home please go directly to one of the original listings:
Mézières FR, village
Public transit stops, supermarkets, and restaurants within 500m
ImmoMapper tracks millions of real estate listings from all over Switzerland and calculates statistics for a comprehensive overview of real estate market trends.
How expensive is this home compared to similar homes in the vicinity, municipality, canton or in the whole of Switzerland?
|This object||CHF 1,500|
median of 5,315 homes
median of 120,270 homes
The median price (or midpoint) is the value that separates all homes in two equally sized groups: the first half (colored green above) has a lower price and the second half (colored orange) has a higher price. The median price is more robust and not skewed so much by outliers compared to the average price.
Vicinity is an area with a radius of about 500m that encompasses this home.
These calculations are based on offered rents and sales prices of homes that have been advertised in the past 24 months. Histogram and median analyses are shown only if there are at least 25 comparable objects.
The indicator "travelling time to centres" describes the time taken to travel from a municipality to the next centre using public transport or car: very accessible = green, less accessible = red.
"Travelling time to centres" is a measure of the accessibility of centres using transport and a means of visualising the disparities between all Swiss municipalities. For a municipality in the countryside, this may be the travelling time to the nearest isolated city, to the centre of the nearest small, medium-sized or large agglomeration or also to one of the nearest major cities: Basel, Bern, Geneva, Lausanne, Lugarno or Zurich. Source: Federal Office for Spatial Development, geo.admin.ch
The hours of sunshine at a location are registered by a measuring device. The relative duration of sunshine describes the ratio of actually registered hours of sunshine relative to the absolute possible duration of sunshine from sunrise to sunset at a location. It is expressed in percent: lots of sunshine = red, less sunshine = yellow.
Spatial analysis of monthly and yearly averages of relative sunshine duration over the norm period 1981-2010. Source: Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss, geo.admin.ch
Swisstopo has even more information such as bike paths, mobility locations, aviation noise, or mobile phone antenna locations. Go to Swisstopo map
Other Mézières (FR) topics
For rent in nearby municipalities
For sale in nearby municipalities