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Sweden’s sliding house prices could be only halfway to the bottom


Sweden’s house prices are expected to continue to plummet.

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Sweden has long had one of Europe’s hottest housing markets, but prices have tumbled and are not set to recover for a long time, according to Danske Bank. Economists are also warning of a “false dawn,” as recent housing data suggests a slight uptick in prices.

Danske previously projected a 20% drop, peak to trough, in Swedish house prices. It has since revised that figure to a 25% dip, meaning prices are currently “still only half-way to the bottom,” according to Danske Bank’s Nordic Outlook report.

Prices are currently down by 12% from the peak recorded in February last year, according to the…


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