Erik Olsson, ask regular visitors on tours of what they think of the evolution of prices and the economy during the next twelve months.
And in February, pessimism is unusually large. EOBi is the net amount between the proportion who believe in rising prices and the percentage that believe in sinking. In February, the net balance of plus 2%, which is a low figure, the whole minus 19.
”If you exclude the fall and winter of 2017, when the market was turbulent and the prices went down properly, do not have the EOBi been as negative since the autumn of 2012,” writes the brokerage firm in a comment.
become more pessimistic about their own economy, on the contrary. Expectations that the economy will be better has increased.
in Addition, expect the visitors to pay a lower interest rate than what they thought in the fall. It is probably a result of that the Riksbank raised interest rates in december, but then given the signal to the next rise will come no earlier than in autumn.
Johan Nordenfelt believe that the pessimistic view of the price trend can be linked to uncertainty about the future rules of play in the housing market.
"We'll get more of uncertainty when we do not know what will happen," he says.
the government agreed with C and L on the flagged it for changes in the housing market, but exactly what those will be is unclear.
Admittedly dropped the interest rate on the deferral of capital gains tax from previous transactions, but there bites are not very, says Nordenfelt.
" We don't know what that will instead, it will be offset by reduced interest deductions, he asks himself.
"It is absolutely crazy that the politicians do not tell you exactly what will apply in the future in such an important matter as the procedure and time-limits and reavinstbeskattning," he adds.
tend to be fairly constant, because people's needs are the same. Young moves away from home to small apartments, starting a family and moving to larger apartments or villas, and older people move from larger homes to smaller ones.
But this chain is hampered by the uncertainty, says Nordenfelt. In particular, the elderly can always wait with a move.
To the elderly to await the more favorable rules before they sell can do that the whole market goes in a deadlock completely, he warns.