In this blog post, we look at some very recent changes in the Finnish rental market. We focus especially on the capital region.
In this blog post, we look at how Finnish apartments have changed within the last few decades. We focus on apartments in apartment buildings.
Last week in our blog we discussed the prices of one-family houses in Finland. This week, we turn our gaze to apartment prices in Finland. In addition to talking about the latest developments, we also discuss apartment price forecasts in Finland. We also give you links to a few tools you can use to check prices in your desired area.
In our first blog post after our summer break, we take a look at rental prices in Helsinki. We our examination on small apartments.
In the fall, Finnish apartment buildings organize apartment building work parties. In this blog we tell you what those are and, more importanty, what they mean.
In this blog post in our series on apartment ownership in Finland we look at how much homes cost in Finland.
Normally the shareholders’ meetings in Finnish housing companies are face to face. We explain what kinds of virtual shareholders’ meetings are ok.
In May of last year, we described the Finnish apartment ownership system very briefly. We told you that it was based on owning shares in a limited liability housing company. In this blog, we’ll explain what happens in the annual meeting of that company and why attending it matters.
Are you renting a flat in Finland? Do you know what are the responsibilities of a tenant in Finland? In this blog post we’ll go through them.
Buying an apartment in a foreign country can be daunting if one doesn’t know or understand the legal framework around home ownership in one’s new country. We thought we’d explain very briefly how apartment ownership in Finland is organized, and how that ownership system influences the maintenance and repair of owner-occupied apartment buildings.