A record number of homes are being sold prior to the display

The city sold a record number of condominiums within a week of advertising on the bostadssajten Hemnet, i.e. before the display had to be maintained. The city

A record number of homes are being sold prior to the display

The city sold a record number of condominiums within a week of advertising on the bostadssajten Hemnet, i.e. before the display had to be maintained.

The city is the number of homes sold in the first week, which is, in most cases, this is prior to the display. We like to think that this is due to the buyers to see many homes pulling in to the road, and that, consequently, they are trying to make a quick exit, " says Hemnets analyst Erik Holmberg.

the number of condominiums that sold within a week of posting on Hemnet, which is usually ahead of the display, it has been a rising trend in recent years, albeit with large seasonal variations. In particular, a strong trend in the inner city of Stockholm, where nearly 9% of all the apartments in February were sold within a week, which is the highest proportion so far as there are comparable data.
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According to the Hemnets's assessment is that the buyers are driving the trend, as they are trying to make a quick deal without bidding, in order to get a better price. It has also been found that this approach can be successful. The bid premium, the difference between sweden and the sek, which is 11 days after it is published, then it's usually been with the display and then to auction.

" It would be reasonable to think that a buyer who put in a quick bid, because you think it's going to be more beneficial for you than it is to wait on the process. It is optimal for the seller, however, is generally to wait for a bidding process, and in particular, in a market which is now, at a time when prices are going up, " says Eric Swanson.

the bid premium to the tenant, which is laid out on Hemnet, gradually rising to a peak in the day, the 11th, in order to then decrease again and will be down to zero after a couple of weeks.

"I Have not seen at the time of bidding for 2 to 3 weeks, the seller has most likely had a high price, in each case, in the course of the markets," said Erik Swanson.

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Updated Date: 02 March 2020, 13:00

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