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How to navigate Sweden's crazy rental market

Accommodation in Sweden is a big talking point. Photo: Niclas Vestefjell/imagebank.sweden.se

Published: 15.Feb.2018 17:49 hrs

Whether you've moved to Sweden to study or are about to get kicked out of your third short sublet in a year, The Local's ultimate guide to tackling one of the trickiest rental markets in Europe will help you out.

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