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Sun, 09 Mar, 2014 12:14:39 AM
FTimes Report, March 9
 
Development of average rents per square metre (€/m²/month) in the whole country 1975–2013. Source: Statistics Finland.
Rents of both the residential non-subsidised dwellings and rental dwellings have increased by an average of 3.8 per cent in 2013 from the year before. 
 
According to the Statistics Finland, the rents of non-subsidised rental dwellings in Greater Helsinki increased by 4.4 per cent and in the rest of Finland by 3.3 per cent while the rents of government-subsidised rental dwellings increased by 3.8 per cent all over the country.
 
The average rent of non-subsidised rental dwellings was EUR 12.43 per square metre all over the country. The average rent per square metre for non-subsidised rental dwellings was EUR 15.99 in greater Helsinki and EUR 10.70 per square metre in the rest of Finland. 
 
The average rent of government-subsidised rental dwellings was EUR 10.64 per square metre throughout the country. In greater Helsinki it stood at EUR 11.67 and in the rest of Finland at EUR 10.10 per square metre.
 
In Helsinki the rents of non-subsidised rental dwellings increased by 4.8 per cent, in Espoo by 1.7 and in Vantaa by 5.1 per cent. In Tampere rents increased by 4.1 per cent, in Jyväskylä by 4,5 per cent, in Turku by 2.9 per cent. In Lahti rents increased by 4.0 per cent and in Kuopio by 3.9 per cent.
 
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