Continuous rise in Swedish house prices
Thursday, 08 August 2013
House prices in Sweden rose more than 1 percent during the three month period May-July compared with the previous three-month period, latest official figures from Statistics Sweden show.
On an annual basis, that is, compared to the same period last year, prices have risen by less than 3 percent.
The biggest rise in the annual rate is reported in Jämtland with 9 percent, followed by Jönköping County by 6 percent. House prices rose in 16 of Sweden's 21 counties.
The biggest fall in house prices can be found in Västerbotten County by 4 percent. In the metropolitan areas of Greater Malmö, Greater Stockholm and Greater Gothenburg prices rose by between 2 and 4 percent.
by Scancomark.com Team