The scorching heat is making you feel, and in these times you want more than ever, find a way to refresh yourself. At Realigro, we have the solution also for this. We are not here to offer you an alternative not only for your holidays, but for life! Yes, today's mini guide will focus on how the right investment in the right location, will ensure a steering to the boring everyday life.
Are you curious to know which country we are talking about? In northern Europe, precisely in the Scandinavian peninsula, the undisputed protagonist of today is Sweden! So, if you are ready, we can start: buying a property in Sweden will be the key to your success in real estate!
Let's start with the first steps to be taken every time you are going to analyze a new location. What are the documents I need to be able to access Sweden?
A valid passport or identity card is required for expatriation, both with a renewal stamp. The identity card issued to children under the age of 15 is also considered valid. As Sweden is a signatory to the Schengen agreements, it will be compulsory for Europeans to show one of the two documents mentioned above, for a period of time not exceeding 90 days.
The official language is Swedish and the capital, Stockholm is the beating heart of the whole nation. But there is no need to enrol in an accelerated language course. All you need is a basic knowledge of English!
So, once you've overcome both the administrative and linguistic hurdles, let's get ready to discover more. One of the big questions we have to ask when we have to visit or move to a new country is the cost of living. How much does it cost to live in Sweden?
To answer this question, we decided to include a small list of prices for basic goods and services. We also remember that the currency in force is the Swedish Crown, which corresponds to 0.093 euros.
Meal, Cheap Restaurant 100,00 kr
Meal for 2 People, Medium Restaurant, Three-Course 600,00 kr
Menu from McDonalds (or equivalent menu) 80,00 kr
Milk (normal), (1L) 11,35 kr
Fresh white bread loaf (500g) 21,95 kr
Rice (white), (1kg) 23,83 kr
Eggs (normal) (12) 27,49 kr
Local cheese (1kg) 84,54 kr
Chicken breast (boneless, skinless), (1kg) 94,54 kr
One way ticket (local means of transport) 29,00 kr
Monthly subscription (full price) 700,00 kr
Basic (Electricity, Heating, Air conditioning, Water, Garbage) for an apartment of 85m2 713,57 kr
What about the real estate market? For the purchase of a property in Sweden, prices start from 57,043.49 kr per square meter, otherwise, to sign a lease, we speak of 7,933.18 kr.
What can I say, we hope that our mini guide has been clear and comprehensive. What are you waiting for? Book your tickets, pack your bags and ... have a good trip!
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