The rating agency, Moody's predicts the Nordic housing market a positive development during the next year's fair.
Credit rating agencies, the Nordic countries are exerting pressure on the housing market over the next 12-18 months as a stable economic situation, low activity in new development projects, as well as low interest rates.
Moody's points out that low interest rates are also at risk in a capital in the housing sector, but the credit rating company believes that central banks in the region to increase policy rates earlier than in 2018.
Moody's predicts However, rents will continue to rise steadily increasing demand for housing and new production panting behind over the next two years.
Sweden enjoys neighbors stronger economic growth.
In the longer term the Nordic countries, especially Sweden, population will continue to grow faster than the rest of Europe, which is sin according to Moody supports the demand for housing.