Sweden - House price index, deflated was 6.50% in March of 2022, according to the EUROSTAT. Historically, Sweden - House price index, deflated reached a record high of 13.60% in September of 2007 and a record low of -7.00% in December of 2008. Trading Economics provides the current actual value, an historical data chart and related indicators for Sweden - House price index, deflated - last updated from the EUROSTAT on August of 2022.

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House Price Index, Deflated
Country Last Previous Unit Reference
Netherlands 13.40 13.50 % Mar 2022
Czech Republic 11.10 20.20 % Mar 2022
Hungary 9.50 14.60 % Mar 2022
Portugal 9.00 9.10 % Mar 2022
Slovenia 8.10 7.80 % Mar 2022
Estonia 8.00 10.40 % Mar 2022
Austria 7.80 12.10 % Mar 2022
Latvia 7.60 9.10 % Mar 2022
Ireland 7.40 6.90 % Mar 2022
Germany 6.70 7.30 % Mar 2022
Sweden 6.50 8.00 % Mar 2022
Croatia 6.50 4.40 % Mar 2022
Luxembourg 5.20 7.90 % Mar 2022
Lithuania 5.20 10.50 % Mar 2022
France 4.10 4.50 % Mar 2022
Poland 3.60 3.20 % Mar 2022
Malta 3.20 2.40 % Mar 2022
Slovakia 2.80 4.70 % Mar 2022
Spain 2.20 2.00 % Mar 2022
Denmark 1.30 3.20 % Mar 2022
Finland 0.30 1.40 % Mar 2022
Italy 0.10 1.00 % Mar 2022
Belgium -0.40 1.50 % Mar 2022
Bulgaria -1.10 -1.90 % Mar 2022
Romania -2.00 -0.20 % Mar 2022
Cyprus -4.10 -8.90 % Mar 2022
Sweden | Housing Statistics
Distribution of population: Owner
Final consumption expenditure of households and non-profit institutions serving households
House price index
House price index (2015 = 100)
House price index, deflated
Housing cost overburden rate: 65 years or over
Housing cost overburden rate: Above 60% of median equivalised income
Housing cost overburden rate: Below 60% of median equivalised income
Housing cost overburden rate: Cities
Housing cost overburden rate: Females
Housing cost overburden rate: Fifth quintile
Housing cost overburden rate: First quintile
Housing cost overburden rate: Fourth quintile
Housing cost overburden rate: From 18 to 64 years
Housing cost overburden rate: Less than 18 years
Housing cost overburden rate: Males
Housing cost overburden rate: Owner, no outstanding mortgage or housing loan
Housing cost overburden rate: Owner, with mortgage or loan
Housing cost overburden rate: Rural areas
Housing cost overburden rate: Second quintile
Housing cost overburden rate: Single person
Housing cost overburden rate: Tenant, rent at market price
Housing cost overburden rate: Tenant, rent at reduced price or free
Housing cost overburden rate: Third quintile
Housing cost overburden rate: Three or more adults
Housing cost overburden rate: Towns and suburbs
Housing cost overburden rate: Two adults
Housing deprivation rate: 1 item
Housing deprivation rate: 2 items
Housing deprivation rate: No items
Median of the housing cost burden distribution: 65 years or over
Median of the housing cost burden distribution: Above 60% of median equivalised income
Median of the housing cost burden distribution: Below 60% of median equivalised income
Median of the housing cost burden distribution: Cities
Median of the housing cost burden distribution: Females
Median of the housing cost burden distribution: From 18 to 64 years
Median of the housing cost burden distribution: Less than 18 years
Median of the housing cost burden distribution: Males
Median of the housing cost burden distribution: Rural areas
Median of the housing cost burden distribution: Towns and suburbs
Population living in households considering that they suffer from noise
Population living in households considering that they suffer from noise: Above 60% of median equivalised income
Population living in households considering that they suffer from noise: Below 60% of median equivalised income
Residential construction
Share of total population considering their dwelling as too dark
Share of total population considering their dwelling as too dark: Females
Share of total population considering their dwelling as too dark: Males
Share of total population having neither a bath, nor a shower in their dwelling
Share of total population having neither a bath, nor a shower in their dwelling: Females
Share of total population having neither a bath, nor a shower in their dwelling: Males
Share of total population living in a dwelling with a leaking roof, damp walls, floors or foundation, or rot in window frames of floor
Share of total population living in a dwelling with a leaking roof, damp walls, floors or foundation, or rot in window frames of floor: Females
Share of total population living in a dwelling with a leaking roof, damp walls, floors or foundation, or rot in window frames of floor: Males
Sweden | EUROSTAT Indicators