Non-subsidised rents increased in April to June 2022
According to Statistics Finland, rents of non-subsidised dwellings increased by 0.3 per cent in Greater Helsinki and by 1.0 per cent in a year in the rest of Finland in April to June 2022. The rents of non-subsidised rental dwellings rose most in Turku (1.8 %), Rovaniemi (1.6 %) and Tampere (1.5 %) and least in Kajaani (0.2 %), Pori (0.2 %) and Helsinki (0.2%). Non-subsidised rents remained unchanged in Jyväskylä and Mikkeli.
- In non-subsidised dwellings rents have risen most from the previous year in one-room flats in Rovaniemi, by 2.1 per cent, in two-room flats in Turku and Rovaniemi by 1.5 per cent in both and in three-room flats in Turku by 2.7 per cent.
- Rents of non-subsidised one-room flats increased by only 0.1 per cent in Greater Helsinki. Rents of one-room flats went up by 1.1 per cent in the rest of Finland.
- Rents of non-subsidised family dwellings in growth centres have increased clearly compared with the previous quarter, most in Turku (1.9 %).
- Rents of government-subsidised dwellings went up by one per cent in Greater Helsinki and slightly more than this in the rest of the country (1.1 %).
- In one-room flats in the postal code areas the average rent per square metre was over EUR 30 in Verkkosaari (00580) and Katajanokka (00160) in Helsinki. The average rent per square metre was under EUR 10 in one-room flats in Jalasjärvi (61600).
Rents for non-subsidised rental dwellings, 2nd quarter 2022
Rents for government subsidised rental dwellings, 2nd quarter 2022
Average rent levels for non-subsidised and government subsidised rental dwellings, 2nd quarter 2022
Annual change in rents of non-subsidised and government subsidised rental dwellings, 2015=100
Median monthly rents of non-subsidised rental dwellings by number of rooms, 2nd quarter 2022
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