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Lönsamheten i att investera i hyresrätter

Lundahl, Filippa LU (2012) VBEM01 20121
Construction Management
Abstract
The housing shortage and particularly the lack of rented apartments in Sweden is a well debated and recognized problem. Each year Boverket establishes a housing market survey answered by the Swedish municipalities to get information about the local housing markets in the country. According to the survey of 2011, 80 percent of the municipalities have a shortage of rental properties.
Of the total construction investment in 2010 only 24 billion was invested in rented apartments, while 84 billion was invested in construction of commercial spaces. There is a considerable demand for rented apartments, but still there are being built too few to meet the demand. A common reason that is heard in the public debate is that it is too poor... (More)
The housing shortage and particularly the lack of rented apartments in Sweden is a well debated and recognized problem. Each year Boverket establishes a housing market survey answered by the Swedish municipalities to get information about the local housing markets in the country. According to the survey of 2011, 80 percent of the municipalities have a shortage of rental properties.
Of the total construction investment in 2010 only 24 billion was invested in rented apartments, while 84 billion was invested in construction of commercial spaces. There is a considerable demand for rented apartments, but still there are being built too few to meet the demand. A common reason that is heard in the public debate is that it is too poor profitability in the construction of rented apartments due to high production costs and that the rents due to the use-value system cannot reach the level required for profitability.
The purpose of this work is to investigate the size of the profitability in build rented apartments compared to commercial spaces and to examine the real estate companies' attitude to new construction of rented apartments... (Less)
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author
Lundahl, Filippa LU
supervisor
organization
course
VBEM01 20121
year
type
H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
subject
keywords
hyresrätt, nyproduktion, produktionskostnad, lönsamhetsbedömning, hyressättningsprincper, Rented apartment, new construction, cost of production, profitability, rent setting principle
report number
TVBP-5448
language
Swedish
id
3800342
date added to LUP
2013-06-27 13:39:50
date last changed
2013-06-27 13:39:50
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  abstract     = {The housing shortage and particularly the lack of rented apartments in Sweden is a well debated and recognized problem. Each year Boverket establishes a housing market survey answered by the Swedish municipalities to get information about the local housing markets in the country. According to the survey of 2011, 80 percent of the municipalities have a shortage of rental properties.
Of the total construction investment in 2010 only 24 billion was invested in rented apartments, while 84 billion was invested in construction of commercial spaces. There is a considerable demand for rented apartments, but still there are being built too few to meet the demand. A common reason that is heard in the public debate is that it is too poor profitability in the construction of rented apartments due to high production costs and that the rents due to the use-value system cannot reach the level required for profitability.
The purpose of this work is to investigate the size of the profitability in build rented apartments compared to commercial spaces and to examine the real estate companies' attitude to new construction of rented apartments...},
  author       = {Lundahl, Filippa},
  keyword      = {hyresrätt,nyproduktion,produktionskostnad,lönsamhetsbedömning,hyressättningsprincper,Rented apartment,new construction,cost of production,profitability,rent setting principle},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Lönsamheten i att investera i hyresrätter},
  year         = {2012},
}