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Who benefits from Sweden's restricted property market?

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13:58 CEST+02:00
I want to rent a flat in central Stockholm so apparently I have to join a three year waiting list, rent 'second-hand' with little security, or find a place on the black market - because there is no free rental market. Why? And who benefits?

GK, soon Stockholm (hopefully)

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