‘No quick fixes’: Gloomy forecast for Norway’s rental market
High demand and a shortage of properties has led to a tight rental market in Norway's big cities. The Local spoke to real estate experts to find out what needs to happen for the situation to change.
Published: 29 August 2022 12:24 CEST Updated: 3 September 2022 10:48 CEST
The rental market in Oslo and Stavanger in particular is very tight right now. The Local spoke to two experts on when we could see a change. Pictured are wooden houses in Trondheim.Photo by Maarten Zuidhoorn on Unsplash
Property latest: What’s the outlook for Norway’s housing market this Autumn?
As is the case in most of Europe, Norway's housing market is currently characterized by a lot of uncertainty. However, housing prices in the country are expected to fall this Autumn due to – among other things - cyclical patterns and the effect of rising interest rates.
Published: 5 October 2022 12:45 CEST
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