HOX Sweden, which measures all housing, rose by 0.7 per cent in march. Condominiums rose by 0.7 per cent and villas by 1.1 per cent.
In Stockholm, steps the co-operative apartments by 0.4 per cent and villas by 1.1 per cent. In Gothenburg rose by 0.8, and 1.5 per cent and in Malmö with 0.8% and 0.4%.
it is common with peaks in march and adjusted the figures for seasonal effects stops the increase of HOX Sweden of 0.5%. Villaindex rises only by 0.5 per cent and the co-operative apartments falling by 0.2 per cent.
the Number of shops was approximately ten percent lower than for march of last year. But then it tightened amorteringskravet was introduced on 1 march 2018, the number fell business because of it.
Valuegard have instead studied the number of shops for the entire first quarter and then the number was slightly longer than last year in Stockholm, with between five and ten per cent.
– That it sold fewer homes in Stockholm the first quarter of the year is probably not a trend that is spreading, but rather an effect of the fact that it is the most challenging to finance a home purchases where the prices are highest, writes Erik Olsson, founder of Erik Olsson real estate Agency in a comment.
Olsson, pointing instead at the Göteborg and Malmö, where it sold an unusual number of homes during the month of march.
shows a clear trend – the prices are on the way up, albeit at a much slower pace than a few years ago. HOX Sweden has risen by 2.4 per cent; the condominiums by 1.2 per cent and villas by 3.1 per cent.
Most rising housing prices in Malmö, sweden by 2.9 per cent. Villapriserna rises the most in Gothenburg, with a price increase in the last three months of 4.6%.
it is just the last few months which has given the housing market a boost is also shown when the the prices compared to twelve months ago.
On a twelve-month basis have HOX Sweden have risen by 1.4 per cent; the co-operative apartments with 1.3 and villas by 1.5 per cent. This is the only minussiffran in the material. The index for villapriserna in Stockholm is 0.1 per cent lower than twelve months ago.
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