the downward pressure on the housing market continues, albeit at a slower pace. This is shown by the latest statistics from Svensk Mäklarstatistik.
Only in the Stormalmö step housing prices in January, and then by one per cent. In the centre of Malmö, where they remained unchanged and in the other metropolitan regions and in the empire as a whole they fell by one per cent.
was, however, the average bostadsrättsrättspriset in the country unchanged. Only in the greater Stockholm region the price was lower than a year ago; it fell by one per cent. In the centre of Stockholm, steps instead of one per cent.
the price Changes in the Stockholm region impact greatly on the national average, as four out of ten bostadsrättsaffärer carried out there.
In Storgöteborg, the price was unchanged compared with twelve months ago, while it rose by three per cent in the centre of Malmö and with two per cent in central Gothenburg and in Stormalmö.
Svensk Mäklarstatistik describes the market as ”going sideways.”
"Actually happens not so much new, one must rummage to find something positive," he says.
on the Positive side, the number of deals continues to be quite high. Admittedly, they were less than compared with January 2018, but then, a year ago, there were many who rushed to implement a deal before the tightening of the amorteringskravet entered into force.
Compared with the 2017 and 2016, the number of shops in the January of year 8 and 13 per cent more. It applies to both condominiums and villas.
and in the major metropolitan areas fell by one per cent in January, with the exception of Storgöteborg where they were unchanged.
Compared with twelve months ago continues, however, villapriserna down in Stockholm. They were on average four per cent lower than a year ago.
But last month twelve-month figure of minus five per cent, so you could say that the pace of decline has slowed, " says Per-Arne Sandegren.
He holds his own against the concept of a ”buyers ' market”, but argues that parties have easier to find each other now than a year ago.
– the Sellers have accepted that prices are not what they once were, says Sandegren.
In Stormalmö step villapriserna on an annual basis by two percent, while they were unchanged in the Storgöteborg and in the empire as a whole.