January is usually a strong month for the housing market, as your business will be in and running again after the christmas and new year holidays. So this time as well.
the Hox-index for privately-owned homes rose 2.9% in January, compared with the previous month. Tenant-owned apartments rose by 1.8 per cent and villas, rose by 3.6 per cent.
In Stockholm, the steps, the average price of apartments was 1.4%, sweden 1.6%, and in Malmö, sweden, 0.7 per cent.
- the Corresponding price increase for houses was 3.4, 1.9 and 3.0% respectively.
On a twelve-month basis, the average apartment price in Sweden increased by 6.1 per cent, and the snittvillan by 6.3 per cent.
the price hike, however, seems not to have a home to reckon with a continuation of the upswing, according to Erik Olsson, Bostadsindex (EOBI).
the EOBI ask questions to the visitors on tours of what they think of the price and interest rate developments during the course of the year.
In February, the percentage of which believe a rise in rates, decreased compared to the previous survey in november. The net of those who believe in rising prices and those who believe in the decline, has dropped from 24% to 14%.
Visningsbesökarna played in november at an average mortgage rate of 3.2 per cent in the twelve months. In the month of February, the average rather than the 2.8 per cent.
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