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Rise in the prices of old dwellings in housing companies slowed down in large towns in the second quarter of 2022

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30.6.2022
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According to Statistics Finland's preliminary data, prices of old dwellings in housing companies rose in April to June 2022 by 1.7 per cent in the whole country compared to the previous year and by 1.1 per cent compared to the previous quarter. Prices of dwellings rose in various parts of Finland in the second quarter year-on-year, but the rise has slowed down especially in large towns, except for Tampere. Eleven per cent fewer transactions of old dwellings in housing companies were made through real estate agents in the second quarter and nine per cent fewer in June than in the corresponding period in 2021.

A line chart showing the monthly index of old dwellings in housing companies, the base year is 2020. The figure shows the six largest towns and the whole country without large towns. According to preliminary data, prices have risen in all areas from year before except in Vantaa and Turku.

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29.07.2022

Development of prices and prices per square metre of old dwellings in housing companies, June 2022, index 2020=100

29.07.2022

Development of prices and prices per square metre of old dwellings in housing companies, 2nd quarter 2022, index 2020=100

29.07.2022

Development of prices of new dwellings in housing companies, 2nd quarter 2022, index 2020=100

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