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MAP: The cheapest places to buy a house in Sweden

What can you buy for one million kronor and where? The Local's interactive map has the answer.

Published: 27.Aug.2018 16:40 hrs

The Local's new interactive map reveals how much property one million kronor will buy you in various parts of Sweden.

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The map lets you filter out locations by price for detached houses ('villor' in Swedish), apartments or average salaries – or use all three at the same time. We marked the highest prices and salaries as category A and the lowest prices and salaries as E. The filters are in the drop-down list in the bottom left-hand corner.

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