(Mallorca): Myrkdalen Fjellandsby in Voss municipality has been the subject of a large-scale development in the last 15 years, with 650 apartments, a hotel and nine ski lifts.
But in 2018 will leilighetssalget at the destination about two hours ' drive from Bergen beat all records, writes Finansavisen.Quarter of a billion in the year
so Far this year has 71 apartments has been sold for 250 million.
2018 all-time high. The highest we have come the past is up to 50 devices a year, " says managing director Harald Haaland in the Myrkdalen Fjellandsby.
To the contrast, was, according to the newspaper, the 34 apartments were sold in all of last year.
I think it hangs together with that of the destination Myrkdalen is more developed, the offer is bigger and the area is becoming more established, continues Haaland.Strong price increase
at the same time prices have skyrocketed.
Haaland tell On that average kvadratmeterpris of apartments has gone from 45 000 for 2-3 years ago to around 55 000 now.
It corresponds to the 22 price increase of a few years.Flipped 10 million
To the end of the autumn holiday was 20 apartments launched, distributed in two buildings. Six of these are sold.
And at christmas, to a new field of undeveloped plots of land and cottages out on the market, in addition to another appartment building.
- Then there will also be a need to build lifts in the area, " says Haaland told the paper.
Prisrekorden in the mountain village, the apartment has 170 square meters which went for just over 10 million, but the large volume is located at 3-5 million.Brothers own the most
Haaland avkrefter opposite Finansavisen that it follows utleieplikt with the apartments.
- There is demand to warm beds in Myrkdalen Fjellandsby, but until now we have achieved these requirements on a voluntary basis. But all rentals must go through the Myrkdalen Hotel, " he says.
Eiendomsinvestorene Bjørn Richard and Knut Schage is through Schage real Estate, the largest owners in Myrkdalen Fjellandsby, with 80 per cent ownership interest.
the Rest is owned according to the newspaper of Aurland Ressursutvikling, by the state of Siva, Aurland municipality and Aurland Sparebank as a shareholder.
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