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Description of Sweden
With its world-renowned high standard of living, clean air and bustling tourism industry, Sweden has more than its fair share to offer foreign property investors. The 14-island city of Stockholm is considered one of the greatest in Europe, though second cities like Malmo and Gothenburg are also thriving economic and industrial hotspots. Head out to the villages of Skanor and Falsterbo to see a picture postcard shot of true seaside perfection – well-kept secrets that aren’t so well-kept anymore. Sweden is known to be a nation of renters rather than buyers, although standard yields in Gothenburg and Stockholm rarely go beyond 7 per cent. The 30 per cent rental tax for foreigners also comes as a bit of a kick. And despite an increase in property values of over 100 per cent over the last decade, recent years have brought along a 10 per cent slide.

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