Renting In Sweden

The Swedish rental market is very competitive and in the larger cities challenging due to the fast turnover – what you see today can be gone tomorrow.

Swedish homes generally maintain a good standard. Flats and houses are clean, well-insulated, and equipped with well-functioning kitchen and bathroom appliances.

It is very common for individuals and families to live in flats. Space is at a premium in city centers, meaning that larger flats can be more expensive and that the housing market is competitive. In smaller cities and towns, it can be easier to find a spacious and central flat or house for a lower price.

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