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Residential real estate price forecast change in Sweden 2019-2021

Coronavirus effects on Sweden's housing market were limited, as housing prices increased since April 2020. While initially decreasing fast, April and the summer months saw record levels in house price growth. This was likely caused by low mortgage rates, and positive stance caused by increasing stock markets. However, it was believed that towards the end of 2020, unemployment might hamper the market again.

Forecast of the percentage change on previous year of residential property prices in Sweden in 2019 with a forecast for 2020 and 2021

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Release date

October 2020

Region

Sweden

Survey time period

2019 to 2021

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Data as of October 2020

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