Real estate price index for one- and two-dwelling buildings in Sweden from 2008 to 2018
Real estate price index in Sweden 2008-2018
The real estate prices in Sweden increased with over 50% from 2008 to 2018. As of 2018, the price index reached 378, where 1990 was the base year. In comparison, the corresponding figure for 2008 amounted to 242. How many newly constructed buildings had been built in Sweden over the years? The number of completed multi-dwelling buildings increased significantly from 2010 to 2018, reaching nearly 43 thousand in 2018. In contrast, the number of one- or two-dwelling buildings stayed relatively stable over the past decade and amounted at over 12 thousand completed buildings in 2018.

Tenant-owned dwellings are popular among Swedes



   The number of completed dwellings in newly constructed buildings was highest for tenant-owned dwellings in 2018. They were followed by rented dwellings, where both types of dwellings amounted at over 23 and 22 thousand units that year. In contrast, the number of owner-occupied dwellings amounted at around 8.3 thousand buildings in 2018.

How many rooms do Europeans have at home?



   As of 2017, the country which had been reported to have most rooms per person was Belgium, with over two rooms per person on average. Norway ranked fourth in the list, while Sweden ranked thirteenth, alongside France and Germany, with 1.8 rooms per person that year.
Real estate price index for one- and two-dwelling buildings in Sweden from 2008 to 2018
House price index (1990=100)
2018378
2017378
2016349
2015322
2014291
2013272
2012263
2011266
2010264
2009246
2008242
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Source

Release date

September 2019

Region

Sweden

Survey time period

2008 to 2018

Supplementary notes

Source adds the following information: "1990=100"

Real estate price index in Sweden 2008-2018
The real estate prices in Sweden increased with over 50% from 2008 to 2018. As of 2018, the price index reached 378, where 1990 was the base year. In comparison, the corresponding figure for 2008 amounted to 242. How many newly constructed buildings had been built in Sweden over the years? The number of completed multi-dwelling buildings increased significantly from 2010 to 2018, reaching nearly 43 thousand in 2018. In contrast, the number of one- or two-dwelling buildings stayed relatively stable over the past decade and amounted at over 12 thousand completed buildings in 2018.

Tenant-owned dwellings are popular among Swedes



   The number of completed dwellings in newly constructed buildings was highest for tenant-owned dwellings in 2018. They were followed by rented dwellings, where both types of dwellings amounted at over 23 and 22 thousand units that year. In contrast, the number of owner-occupied dwellings amounted at around 8.3 thousand buildings in 2018.

How many rooms do Europeans have at home?



   As of 2017, the country which had been reported to have most rooms per person was Belgium, with over two rooms per person on average. Norway ranked fourth in the list, while Sweden ranked thirteenth, alongside France and Germany, with 1.8 rooms per person that year.
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