The French are teleworking much less than their European neighbours, according to a recent study from Ifop and the Fondation Jean Jaurès. Nevertheless, teleworking is in the process of disrupting how households and businesses operate in the long term, and could also reshape regional dynamics. Commercial real estate, commuting and housing strategies are just three areas in turmoil due to this reorganisation. What role will the average town play in these new configurations? Are we about to see the French version of “zoom towns” emerge?