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2016-01-14 9:30 AM Nr 2016:3
Real estate prices up to and including December 2015:
Real estate prices for one- or two-dwelling buildings increased by more than 2 percent during the fourth quarter 2015, compared to the third quarter. Prices increased by more than 11 percent on an annual basis during the last quarter, compared to the same period last year.
Increasing prices were reported in 16 out of 21 counties between the two last quarters. The largest increase was in Jämtland County at 7 percent, followed by Jönköping County at 6 percent. Decreasing prices were reported in three counties. The largest decrease in prices was reported in Kronoberg County at 5 percent, followed by Värmland and Gotland County by 1 percent. In the metropolitan areas of Greater Malmö, Greater Stockholm and Greater Gothenburg prices increased between 2 and 3 percent.
Increasing prices were reported in all counties on a yearly basis. Price changes on the county level span from 4 to 16 percent. The largest increases in prices were reported in Stockholm and Västerbotten County. Price increases by 10 percent or more were reported in 16 out of 21 counties. In the metropolitan areas of Greater Malmö, Greater Gothenburg and Greater Stockholm prices increased between 11 and 16 percent.
The average price on the national level for one- or two-dwelling buildings during the fourth quarter 2015 was more than SEK 2.5 million.
 Figures for 2015 are preliminary.
 Latest period 2015-10 - 2015-12.
 Previous period 2015-07 - 2015-09.
 Previous year 2014-10 - 2014-12.
Price changes are estimated using the purchase price coefficient (K/T). K/T is the ratio between the price and the assessed value for a certain time and is counted as an unweighted mean value.
One- or two-dwelling buildings for permanent dwelling include detached one- or two-dwelling buildings, terraced houses and linked buildings. Real estate with site leasehold rights is included.
Data comes from the Swedish Mapping, Cadastral and Land Registration Authority (Lantmäteriet).
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2016-02-11 at 09:30.
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