But you have to travel ever longer to get really value for money.
Cheaper house outside of Oslo
At Manglerud in Oslo you have to pay more than NOK 4 million for a townhouse.
At Godlia in Oslo, a semi-detached house costs just under five million kroner.
At Røa in Oslo, a townhouse costs almost 5.5 million kroner.
At Kjelsås in Oslo you will pay more than 6 million kroner for a townhouse.
At Ski, 23 minutes by train to Oslo S, you can get a townhouse for less than three million kroner.
At Siggerud, 40 minutes by bus to Oslo S, you can get a detached house for less than 3.5 million.
In Asker, half an hour by train from Oslo S, you can get a smaller townhouse for 3 million kroner.
At Langhus, a half an hour by train from Oslo S, you can get a detached house for NOK 4.5 million.
At Tårnåsen, 23 minutes by bus from Oslo S, you get a detached house for NOK 4.7 million.
At Greverud, 23 minutes by train from Oslo S, you get a large townhouse for 3.5 million kroner.
At Lørenskog, 40 minutes from Oslo S by bus, you can get a townhouse of 105 square meters for 3 million kroner.
On the stream, 24 minutes by train from Oslo S, you can get an older detached house for 3.5 million kroner.
In Nittedal, about 30 minutes from Oslo S, you can get a total of 160 square meters for a total of 4.5 million kroner.
At Jessheim, 38 minutes by train from Oslo S, you can get a detached house for 3 million kroner.
Many people enjoy the Oslo casserole when they are students, young and childless, but many of us soon feel like bigger space and a garden spot when the children announce their arrival. But housing prices in the capital are steadily rising, and solid economies are needed to fulfill the dream of townhouses or houses in Oslo.
A life in the suburbs sounds dull to someone, cozy and enticing to others. But there is no doubt that it’s economical to raise your eyes and take a look outside the city limits.
If you are willing to take a train for 15-30 minutes or drive a car to get to work in Oslo, you can get a lot more for your money. But there are already many who have understood the point, and Oslo’s neighboring municipalities are experiencing that people from the capital are flowing into view.
– I would estimate that as many as 75 percent of those who buy housing out there are moving from Oslo, real estate agent Elly Jørstad says at DNB Eiendom’s office at Strømmen.
Single-family home for 3.5 million
The areas north of the capital, towards Strømmen, Lillestrøm and Gardermoen, are experiencing a steady increase in housing purchasers from Oslo. At Lørenskog you can get a townhouse of 105 square meters for 3 million kroner. On the stream, where the train takes 24 minutes to Oslo S, according to NSB’s schedules, one can get an older detached house for 3.5 million kroner.
Jessheim is chopped out further, it takes 38 minutes by train. There you can get a detached house for 3 million kroner.
– I would like to say that you can save a million dollars on buying at Jessheim compared to the less popular cities in Oslo. If you compare with Oslo west, you will soon save two million, “says Magnus Nordli at Privatmegleren at Jessheim.
He points out that prices have risen a lot in recent years. If you want it really cheap you go out to areas such as Dal, Råholt and Eidsvoll.
Jørstad says the buyers from Oslo are keen on public communications, day care centers and schools.
– It is clear that many people thrive in Oslo when they are young, but pull out of town to gain more space as they get children. Most people who buy here plan to continue working in Oslo, says Jørstad to click. no.
The average price of housing gives a good indication: in Oslo the average price per square meter is 45. 520 kroner. The average price of Lower Romerike is 24. 365 kroner, shows the statistics for Norway’s Real Estate Agents.
4-5 million for townhouses in Oslo
The train ride from Nittedal takes about 30 minutes to Oslo S, but the train takes only 18 minutes to Nydalen, and can be an efficient commuter trip for many who currently live north of Oslo. There you can have a whole house of 160 square meters for 4.5 million kroner.
If you are buying a semi-detached house or townhouse in most of the citys of Oslo, you will soon get out of 4-5 million kroner. However, some districts are still somewhat less expensive, but there are still fewer areas to make a bargain.
For a townhouse at Manglerud in Oslo you have to pay more than four million kroner. According to Ruter’s traffic planner, you spend about 20 minutes by public transport down to Jernbanetorget from here.
A semi-detached house on Godlia costs just under five million kroner, while west of Oslo on Røa, a townhouse costs almost 5.5 million kroner.
For a townhouse at Kjelsås you will spend more than 6 million kroner. The train from Kjelsås station takes 14 minutes, while the bus takes almost half an hour according to Ruter.
In comparison, you can get a townhouse on Ski for less than three million. The train from Ski takes 23 minutes, according to NSB.
At Siggerud you can get a detached house for less than 3.5 million kroner. According to Ruter, the bus will spend 40 minutes from here on Oslo S. Outside the rush hour, you only use 20 minutes by car to Oslo.
Moves to Asker to commute
Average prices in Oslo and Akerhus
Oslo: 45. 371.
Carrying area: 42. 372.
Asker: 37. 845.
Akershus: 33. 241.
Follo: 32. 796.
Lower Roman Empire: 30. 795.
Upper Roman Empire: 25. 947.
Prices are the average price per square meter for all types of homes per 1. 3. 2013.
Source: Norges Eiendomsforbund price statistics.
The main rule is simple: the closer you reach the Oslo border, the less you save.
Also in Asker you can get a smaller townhouse for 3 million kroner. From here, the train takes about half an hour to Oslo city center, of course, depending on where you live in the municipality.
Active Real Estate Broker sells many terraced houses and semi-detached houses for people moving out of Oslo.
There is no doubt that it is cheaper in, for example, Asker than it is in Oslo, although prices have become quite high here too, says real estate broker Fredrik von Krogh to click. no.
He says that mostly Oslo people buy townhouses and semi-detached houses and that they plan to commute to work in Oslo.
The prices of a townhouse here range from three to up to five million, depending on factors such as size, standard and location, he says.
Buyers are generally very concerned about the proximity of public transport so that they can easily commute to work in Oslo.
Bærum is already more expensive than most districts in Oslo, shows the statistics of Norsk Eiendomsmeglerforbund.
More expensive than parts of Oslo
South of Oslo, housing prices have also followed the capital. It does not help to move right over the city limits to Oppegård, there are prices well up already.
– It depends on where in Oslo you compare. Oppegård is cheaper than Nordstrand and much of Oslo west but much more expensive than Hauketo and Prinsdal, says Anders Kopperud at Foss real estate agent at Kolbotn in Oppegård.
He believes more and more people get their eyes up for the areas around Oslo. The fact that more people are looking for the houses obviously lead to a rise in prices.
– For a townhouse in Oppegård you can expect to pay at least 3.5 million kroner. Often they go for more than that and the square meter price is probably around 35. 000 kroner, he says.
Need to save a lot
Even in the ski center, it is especially cheap, but if you move away from the centers, it can be money to save.
For example, at Langhus you get a large detached house for 4.5 million kroner. But then you are a short distance from the train, which takes half an hour to Oslo.
Only when you have passed Ski are prices falling noticeably. The same goes for west and north – you have to go a long way to get the prices really to die.
– In Lørenskog and Lillestrom there are already high prices. However, you go to Gjerdrum or Flateby to get a good deal of money. You are then a 40 minute drive from Oslo, but it is clear that it will take longer in the rush hour. But we are seeing it here that more and more people are willing to spend some extra time at work, to get much better space, says real estate broker Ken Døhli at Real Estate Agent1 at Lillestrom to click. no.
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