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The Administrative district Seeland is an attractive region for residents. In the past 3 years, the population has risen to 77,575 inhabitants, which is an increase of 2.97%.

Demographic data

The average yearly income is CHF 70,345.

10.23% of the population have a university degree, 18.67% have a higher vocational training qualification, 52.3% of the population have an SEK II qualification (school-leaving certificate or apprenticeship), 18.54% of residents are currently completing compulsory schooling and 0.28% of the population provided no information about their higher education qualifications.

At present, 0.77% of the population is unemployed.


The total tax burden in the region is 15.44%. Factors such as income, marital status and the amount of deductions help to determine the tax rate.

A retired couple (over 65) pays an average of 19.46% tax in the Administrative district Seeland, a married couple with two children pays 10.85% and a couple without children 14.87%. The tax burden for an unmarried person with no children is 20.15%.

The property market in general

New builds

With a total of 2,121 apartments, the Administrative district Seeland has seen new living space created within the last 5 years.

28 of the newly constructed apartments are 1-room apartments, which are particularly suitable for singles.

More 2-room apartments have also been built; 288 apartments of this type were added in total.

The 539 3-room apartments and 803 4-room apartments are also of particular interest to families.

The newly built accommodation includes 357 5-room apartments and 106 apartments with at least 6 rooms.

Housing stock

The new buildings have contributed to a further increase in the housing supply, and there are now 38,669 apartments in the Administrative district Seeland.

One-room properties account for a total of 1,271 apartments in the region.

The number of apartments with 2, 3 and 4 rooms is 9,083, 12,673 and 7,880 respectively.

Finally, the supply of 5-room properties includes 7,880 apartments, and there are also 4,040 large apartments with at least 6 rooms.

Unoccupied apartments

2.71% of apartments in the Administrative district Seeland are uninhabited.

Of this figure, 7.72% of 1-room apartments,

3.96% of all 2-room apartments,

3.36% of apartments with 3 rooms,

2.63% of 4-room apartments

and 1.32% of the 5-room apartments are currently vacant.

The vacancy rate for apartments with more than 5 rooms is 1.39%; 1.51% of those empty properties are apartments with at least 6 rooms.

Property market (rental only)

On average, the rent for rental properties is CHF 1,470 per month.

This means that 25% of all rents on offer are cheaper than or equal to a monthly rent of CHF 1,230 (25th percentile).

75% of monthly rents are lower than CHF 1,740 (75th percentile), or they are equivalent to this average price.