Jos Deuling, Friday, 21 March 2014
The following data on the average property prices of second homes in Sweden are from the
, the Official Statistics of Sweden. The geographical breakdown used is based on
. NUTS is an acronym for
Units for Statistics
, a standard of the European Union for statistical purposes.
In this article you will find 3 Infographics with the average purchase price by region. The first infographic shows the average purchase price in
2013 Quarter 4, the second the house price development in the period 2013Q3-2013Q4 and the last the price development between 2012Q4 and 2013Q4.
Average purchase price in 2013Q4
Average sales price Swedish holiday homes in 2013Q4 by region
Price development in the period 2013Q3 - 2013Q4
Purchase price development seasonal homes in Sweden by region in 2013Q3 - 2013Q4
Price development in the period 2012Q4 - 2013Q4
Purchase price development second homes in Sweden by region in 2012Q4 - 2013Q4
The prices of second homes in Sweden vary greatly. Around cities, prices are much higher than in the countryside. But there are also rural regions
where a seasonal home can be pretty expensive, for example, in the southern region Skåne. The area around the coastal villages of Falsterbo and
is also known as the Swedish Riviera. A beautiful traditional wooden holiday in this area will cost you around 200,000 euros.
In the sparsely populated north of Sweden, the real bargains can be found. For 20000 euro, you can have a three-bedroom house on a lake. The nearest
neighbors are just a few kilometers away. During the winter, you are completely cut off from the outside world. That’s only for the real diehards.
But fortunately in the south of Sweden you will also find reasonably priced holiday homes.
Below an overview of Sweden according to the NUTS classification standard. For each NUTS region I have added the Swedish provinces.
SE11 - Stockholm
SE12 - Östra Mellansverige
(East Middle Sweden) :
Uppsala, Södermanland, Östergötland, Örebro, Västmanland
SE21 - Småland med Öarna
(Småland and the islands) :
Jönköping, Kronberg, Kalmar, Gotland
SE22 - Sydsverige
(South Sweden ) :
SE23 - Västsverige
(West Sweden) :
Halland, Västra Götaland
SE31 - Norra Mellansverige
(North Middle Sweden) :
Värmland, Dalarna, Gävleborg
SE32 - Mellersta Norrland
(Middle Norrland) :
SE33 Övre Norrland (Upper Norrland):
For a complete list of the NUTS classification of Sweden see