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Includes estimated market value secondary dwelling. This concerns for example commuter accommodation, rental properties and year-round dwellings used as holiday homes.
Division for income and wage statistics
The tax-assessed of the secondary dwelling have changed somewhat over the years. For the years 2010-2012 the tax-value corresponded to 40 per cent of estimated market value, while this increased to 50 per cent in 2013 and further to 60 per cent in 2014. In order to estimate market values the tax-values have been multiplied by a factor of respectively 100/40, 100/50 and 100/60 for these years.