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Anyone hoping for a one-room apartment in Sweden will have to wait an average of 2.5 years, but the wait is far worse in Stockholm, new statistics showed on Tuesday.
A five-bedroom home with herringbone wood flooring and beautiful cornicing will make you the envy of the neighbourhood in Täby, northern Stockholm. Take a look inside our Property of the Week.
The Swedish countryside is littered with small second homes, many up for a steal if you can see beyond dated wallpaper and imagine a country retreat with chanterelles and lingonberries growing in your backyard.
Where better to call home than the Kungsholmen island of Stockholm? Our Property of the Week is a surprisingly spacey flat in the city centre with a view that's almost unbeatable.
More Swedes are opting to lock down the interest rates on their mortgages, after several years where flexible loan rates have come to dominate the housing market.
IN PICTURES: Malmö is considered the edgier of two cities, putting staid civil-servant Stockholm to shame. This five-room duplex in the Swedish fusion of La Croisette and Venice Beach is a case in point.