Average Swedish house price reach more than Skr 1 million in all counties
Thursday, 07 February 2013
Swedish real estate prices for one- or two-dwelling buildings were
unchanged during the fourth quarter 2012 compared to the third quarter.
Prices increased by 2 percent on an annual basis during the fourth
quarter, compared to the same period last year.
Latest analytical data from Statistic Sweden (SCB) report about this
development and add that there is currently a delay at the land
registration authority (Lantmäteriet), and therefore the statistics are
being published one month later than normal. This means the last period
relates to October – December instead of November – January.
Increasing prices were reported in 10 out of 21 counties during the
fourth quarter compared to the third, while decreasing prices were
reported in 5 counties.
Price changes varied between minus 2 percent and plus 6 percent. In the
metropolitan areas of Greater Stockholm and Greater Gothenburg prices
were unchanged, while decreasing price was reported in Greater Malmö by
Details from SCB
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