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Buying an apartment in Sweden costs less than it did a year ago

New statistics show in which city property prices fell the most. Photo: Fredrik Sandberg/TT

Published: 05.Dec.2018 08:41 hrs

Property prices continued to drop in Sweden in November, according to new figures.

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Apartment prices saw the sharpest decrease in the metropolitan areas of Sweden's two second-biggest cities, Gothenburg and Malmö, where a so-called bostadsrätt fell by two percent last month.

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