Sweden Research

Combining original research with an extensive knowledge of the Swedish commercial and residential property market, Savills research housing reports provides insights into market trends, issues and projections in the Swedish property market. Our research team offer a range of bespoke solutions to clients looking to invest in new housing opportunities or maximise existing property assets

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Swedish Market Report Q3 2017
13 November 2017

Transaction volumes remain at historically high levels


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Market report Sweden Investment Q1 2012

04 May 2012

In line with most economies in Europe, Sweden’s economy has experienced a mild downturn in the last two quarters. However, Sweden’s solid public finances allows for a expansionary public policy in order to support the economy.


European Warehousing Markets - Autumn 2011

18 November 2011

“Prime warehousing rents have bottomed out in the major logistics hubs and the leasing market is almost solely driven by owneroccupiers and built-to-suit developments. The sector remains the least preferred choice for investors and the yield gap with prime retail and office properties has widened.” Eri Mitsostergiou - European Research


European Investment Bulletin

31 October 2011

Prime yields are back to their long term average levels, following a period of strong investor interest for prime assets. Overall investors remain wary of secondary markets amid downside risks to the European economic outlook however some specialist players have started exploring the best opportunities in this market segment. Eri Mitsostergiou - European Research


Sweden investment bulletin Spring 2011.pdf

19 April 2011

Investor interest remains strong, driven by positive economic outlook and good leasing market prospects. We believe crossborder investment is likely to grow in the future but will face fierce  Download Pdf


Sweden Investment Bulletin

15 February 2010

“In spite of weak annual performances, investment activity increased on average by 30% each quarter in 2009. Still, we believe the market will still have to face some difficulties in 2010.”    


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Peter Wiman

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