Property prices in Norway to surge over the next few years

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Property prices in Norway to surge over the next few years
Property prices in Norway are expected to surge in the coming years. Pictured are the back streets of a Norwegian city. Photo by Fredrik Posse on Unsplash

House prices in Norway will skyrocket in the coming years. Prices in Oslo are expected to rise by more than 30 percent, according to a new forecast.


Property price increases of more than 25 percent in Norway’s largest cities are to be expected, according to forecasts from the economics consultancy Samfunnsøkonomisk Analyse

The figures, reported by public broadcaster NRK, predict that the average cost of a home in Norway will rise to 5.77 million kroner over the next three years. 

According to the latest figures from the industry organisation Real Estate Norway (Eindom Norge), the current price of a home in Norway is 4.58 million kroner. 

Meanwhile, the average cost of purchasing a place in Oslo is around 6.44 million kroner. However, by 2027, Oslo residents could have to pay up to 8.56 million kroner to get on the property ladder in the capital. 

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Oslo will see the largest increase in prices, but all of Norway’s largest cities will see property prices increase by more than 25 percent. 


Properties in Stavanger will grow in value by around 29 percent, meanwhile buying a home in Trondheim is expected to be 26.8 percent more expensive. Homes in Bergen will increase in value by 26.2 percent, and getting on the property ladder will be 25.6 percent more expensive. Tromsø, in the Arctic Circle, will see property become 25.2 percent pricier. 

Real estate news publication, Estate Nyheter, reports that forecasted average price of 8.56 million kroner would be twelve times the average income in Norway. 



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