There are traditional craftmen who sell.
Today, Norway’s largest trade fair for cottage and holiday home opens at the Norwegian Trade Fair. Here, some of Norway’s largest cottage producers will be ready to showcase their models.
We’ve looked into some of the models that sold well last year, and the picture is unique: Norwegians have a hanging against traditional architecture.
Most of the cabins and apartments in the mountains are sold for the period we are now entering, as well as in September and October. Many holiday villages expect great inspiration at Easter, and a high range of holiday homes means more opportunity to find just your dream cabin.
Saltdalshytta, one of Norway’s largest cottage producers, has five different cabins and a total of 170 models. Among the approximately 400 cabins that were commissioned last year, the Aurora series is the most popular, reports market manager Øyvind Skogvoll in Saltdalshytta.
A contributing reason for its popularity, he thinks is that it was well-marketed on TV2 and various other media because it was the first prize in the Farmen Program 2010.
Same year after year
The Midgard cabin model has been Rana Hyttas bestseller year after year. It was also in 2010. It will be safe also next year.
So we choose the habit. Market Manager Geir Benden in Rana Hytta says that Midgard has been in Rana Hytte’s system for almost 20 years. The success is an angle cabin with several hollow hooks on the terrace.
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Economists and brokers that Hytteliv has been in contact with expects moderate price growth in 2011 and manufacturing companies claim they have put the financial crisis behind. The annual analysis from the Real Estate Association (EFF) shows a stable price development for mountain cabins.
The average price for a mountain cabin is now 1. 705. 000 kroner , a one percent increase from 2009.
Visits from Finn also show increased cottage interest.
Last year, on average 15 per cent more users were in the area “Vacation Homes for Sale”.
And in 2010, 5276 holiday homes were published, against 4917 ads in 2009. This is an increase of seven percent.
– The choices are not particularly sparse, says cottage researcher Finn Arne Jørgensen. The models are neither super modern nor particularly innovative.
– But that’s not the point, it’s tradition that’s in focus. Nevertheless; It is interesting to record that so few dreams of distinguishing itself year after year, he adds.
A technical designer who listens to the cabin owners needs is the success recipe, according to the cabin company Familiehytta.
They have grown sharply in recent years, and it started with the general manager Torbjørn Kaarud himself scribbling a cabin on a sheet. Then a technical drawer took a step further.
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