The National Board of Housing, Building and Planning administrates the Housing Market Survey, analyses the municipalities' responses and publishes analyses and open data from the survey.
The Housing Market Survey is a national survey aimed at the country's 290 municipalities. The results of the survey provide a unique and integrated picture of the housing market in Sweden.
The responses in the survey consist of the municipalities' assessments on various issues and thus reflect the housing market of the entire country.
The Board of Housing, Building and Planning presents compilations of national-level data, links to regional analyses and municipal-level open data.
Unique overview of the housing market
The purpose of the Housing Market Survey (the "BME") is to contribute to the continuous monitoring of the development of the housing market and to track trends and tendencies relating to its future development.
The survey consists of the municipalities' assessments of various issues and thus provides a cohesive picture of the housing market of the entire country.
Data collection takes place in cooperation with the county administrative boards, which liaise with the municipalities and quality-assure the municipalities' responses. The county administrative boards also contribute their assessments and views concerning the results from their own county. Even if not all municipalities answer all parts of the survey, the Housing Market Survey is unique. No other captures the situation in the municipalities in the same way.
Who does what?
The role of the National Board of Housing, Building and Planning
The role of the county administrative boards
The county administrative boards liaise with the municipalities in connection with the survey and quality-assure the municipalities' responses.
The role of the municipalities
The municipalities reply to the Housing Market Survey.