Understanding the Norwegian property market requires insights into its real estate industry and rental landscape.
For those contemplating homeownership in Norway, this selection of articles provides a comprehensive overview of the buying process.
Buying or selling a home: From preparation to bidding wars – and more
If you’re considering entering the Norwegian housing market, you’re likely bracing yourself for the (often) competitive bidding process.
Navigating this aspect of purchasing a home can feel overwhelming. Still, with the right strategies, you can increase your chances of success and secure your ideal property – even as a single person.
To help alleviate the stress and uncertainty of going through a bidding war, we’ve gathered six key tips from real estate agent Trine Dahl-Pettersen at Eiendom 1.
The Local also has a beginner’s step-by-step guide to buying an apartment in Norway, full of tactical steps to follow during the process.
Be warned – checking the small print of a house listing can determine whether a purchase will be your dream home or a money pit, so pay attention to the details when examining the relevant documentation.
Once you succeed in purchasing a home, here are five ways you can cut expenses.
If you’re a seller and you’re wondering what 2024 holds when it comes to real estate prices and market expectations, make sure to read this article, in which we covered all of these topics in a talk with Henning Lauridsen, managing director of Real Estate Norway.
Lastly, regardless of whether you plan to buy or sell property in Norway, make sure you’re up to date with all the relevant tax rules.
Renting in Norway: Contracts, scams,