Police in Norrköping are continuing to investigate the huge fight and shoot-out in the town Monday night, which cost two lives.
- (4:42 min)22 april kl 16:11
The housing rental market in Sweden is highly regulated with the vast majority of rental apartments distributed through a system of queuing. The longer you have been in the queue, the bigger chance you have of being able to rent a flat. But in some parts of the country you have to wait almost four years in the queue before you have any chance of getting a place, according to a new report by The Swedish Union of Tenants.Can take years.
The average wait to rent a one-bedroom apartment in Sweden is 32 months, according to a new report that found many Swedes still waiting years just to secure housing.