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Why repay your mortgage?

The Swedish household debt has never been as high as now. Are there reasons for households to repay? You will find the answer in this report by Sweden's National Housing Credit Guarantee Board (BKN).

Choices on the housing market

How great are the risks on the housing market, and do they change over time? An important housing choice that we all have to make is whether to rent or buy. We choose what kind of risk we are willing to take.

Broaden your outlook

This publication gives examples of planning methods that can be used to include the security and gender equality aspects in planning. It is one of three independent booklets that together consider security from a gender equality perspective.

Gender equality on the agenda

The booklet has been published as part of the Government mandate "Strengthening security in urban environments from a gender equality perspective". It is one of three independent booklets that together consider security from a gender equality perspective.

Places to feel secure in

Those who plan and design our public spaces need to recognise that a shortcut through a park that allows a person to get home from work a little earlier might feel so insecure for someone else. This publication contains tips and ideas about how you can work to improve security in public places.

The era of cheap mortgages is at an end

Until now, Swedish banks have been able to offer mortgage borrowers very attractive interest rates. New rules are forcing banks to finance their lending on a more long-term basis, which means that the banks will no longer be able to offer borrowers such cheap short-term loans.

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