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Rise in non-subsidised rents slowed down in January to March 2022

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Reference period:
2022, 1st quarter
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According to Statistics Finland, non-subsidised rents increased by 0.2 per cent in Greater Helsinki and by 0.7 per cent in the rest of Finland in January to March 2022. The rents of non-subsidised rental dwellings rose most in Turku (1.4%) and Tampere (1.1%) and least in Mikkeli (0.0%) and Helsinki (0.2%). Non-subsidised rents decreased in Jyväskylä (0.4%).



The development of rents in non-subsidised rental dwellings according to rental index 2015=100

Key points

  • During the year, non-subsidised rents increased most among large towns in Turku.
  • Non-subsidised rents in Helsinki have decreased in all sub-areas during the quarter.
  • During the year, rents of government-subsidised dwellings have risen faster than those of non-subsidised ones.


Tables

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Rents for non-subsidised rental dwellings, 1st quarter 2022

21.04.2022

Rents for government subsidised rental dwellings, 1st quarter 2022

Figures

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Average rent levels for non-subsidised and government subsidised rental dwellings, 1st quarter 2022

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Annual change in rents of non-subsidised and government subsidised rental dwellings, 2015=100

Database tables

Database tables related to this release

Updated database tables
Classifications used:
  • Type of funding
  • Region
  • Number of rooms
Updated:
21.04.2022

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