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Q1 rents up 3.1 per cent year-on-year in Finland, Helsinki real estate market a total mess | ECONOMY News Index

Q1 rents up 3.1 per cent year-on-year in Finland, Helsinki real estate market a total mess | ECONOMY News Index | Realty Stories | Scoop.it
Statistics Finland yesterday released an update of rent pricing in Finland. Q1 rents are up by 3.1 per cent year-on-year in Finland. Helsinki rents of unsubsidized units are up by 7.3 per cent and rest of Finland 1.6 per cent.

This post was motivated by the stream of posts that ensued after Helsingin Sanomat posted this piece of news about the rise in prices of rents in Helsinki. The thread over there is already filled with posts demanding rent controls to bring prices down to appropriate levels so that those who cannot afford them could afford them. This is really one of my favorite topics as these responses that you get every time capture something so essential about people’s inability to understand free market economy, and here I refer to real free market economy, not government/criminal run command economy that allows for private ownership.
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