cottages near resorts are no longer as popular.
Holiday homes closest to the slalåmbakken have the weakest price development in 2009.
The prices rose by only one percent, while they increased by 7 percent in the next row, ie 3-15 kilometers from the ground.
It shows statistics that the Real Estate Association (Eff) posted this week.
Researcher Finn Arne Jørgensen, who studies the Norwegian cab, is not surprised.
He thinks people are getting tired of afterski and noise.
– I’ve said that before – The absence of neighbors is the new cottage lighting. Close proximity to the alpine hill may be hectic, he says to Hytteliv.
– The huts in the slalåmbakken have been highest in price and have been hardest hit by the financial crisis. Common mountain cottages have not noticed this particular, explains Finn Tveter, director of the Norwegian Real Estate Association.
– So you do not believe in mentality change here?
– No, not to any degree. But we see that cross country skiing has got its renaissance. It shows, among other things, the entry to the Birkebeiner rite which was fully booked in a short period of time.
Jørgensen emphasizes that the market for huts in the alpine hill is large, but believe the figures show that the cottage market is in the process of being met.
In twitter, the undersigned so-called followers asked to send six words describing the cottage life. Here wrote @broil:
Moonlight and silence with unlocked door.
Perhaps this is what more want now?
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