Real estate prices rose by almost 4 percent in the second quarter of 2017, compared with the previous period. On an annual basis, the second quarter compared with the corresponding period a year earlier, prices have risen by 10 per cent.
Between the last two tremånadersperioderna reported rising prices in 14 of Sweden’s 21 counties. The highest rise in prices at the county level was 5%, which is reported in both the county of Jämtland, followed by Västernorrland county, sweden with 9%. In the three counties reported decreasing prices. The largest decline can be found in the county of Gotland with 5 percent, followed by 1 Blekinge county, sweden with 2 per cent. In metropolitan Malmö, greater Stockholm and greater Gothenburg, prices rose between 2 and 3 percent.
The average price for a småhusfastighet in the country amounted to over 2.9 million during the second quarter of 2017.
Price developments during the past year:
Source: statistics SWEDEN