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Charges/rents for newly constructed dwellings 2014:

Unchanged rent for newly constructed rental dwellings

Statistical news from Statistics Sweden 2015-10-01 9.30

Rents per square metre for newly built rental dwellings in 2014 were unchanged compared to 2013. At the regional level rents per square meter decreased in metropolitan areas and increased in other municipal groups compared to 2013.

The rent per square metre for a newly built rental dwelling in 2014 was 1 587 SEK. A newly built rental dwelling with three rooms and kitchen had an average rent of 9 529 SEK a month in 2014.

Highest price in Greater Stockholm

The cost per square metre for newly built tenant-owned dwellings in 2014 were SEK 645 compared to SEK 642 in 2013.The monthly cost for a newly built tenant-owned dwelling in 2014 with three rooms and kitchen was an average of 4 341 SEK.

The average price for newly built tenant-owned dwelling in 2014 was 2 572 000 SEK. This is a marginal decline by about 1 percent compared with 2013. There are large differences on the regional level. The price in 2014 for newly built tenant-owned dwellings was highest in Greater-Stockholm at SEK 3 097 000, second highest in Greater-Malmö at SEK 2 647 000 and lowest in municipalities with fewer than 75 000 inhabitants at SEK 1 432 000.

Definitions and explanations

Please note there may be structural differences between new production projects between 2014 and 2013.

These statistics describe the situation for rental dwellings and tenant owned dwellings. As of 2008 these statistics do not include categorical dwellings (student accommodations and dwellings for the elderly and handicapped).

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