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The number of inhabitants in Wolhusen has increased by 3.2% in the last 3 years, to 4,446 inhabitants.

Demographic data

On average, residents earn CHF 62,670 per year. 9.02% of the population have a university degree, 15.07% have a higher vocational training qualification, 51.29% of the population have a school-leaving certificate or finished a vocational apprenticeship and 24.62% of residents are completing compulsory schooling. According to the data, this is an area with high social standards and an educated population. The unemployment rate currently stands at 0.79%.


13.06% is the tax percentage in the region. However, the individual amount of tax paid differs from person to person and is based on income, marital status and the overall level of deductions, among other factors. In Wolhusen, unmarried people with no children pay an average of 17.37% tax, a married couple on a pension pays 17.01%, a married couple with two children pays 8.67% and a couple with no children pays 12.24%.

The overall property market

New construction

Wolhusen has recorded the construction of 133 new apartments over the past 5 years. One newly constructed 1-room apartment was added to the pool of housing. A total of 26 new 2-room apartments have also been created. Housing for families has also been built: For instance, 52 apartments with 3 rooms and 34 4-room apartments were added to the local housing stock. In addition, there are 12 5-room apartments and 8 apartments with a minimum of 6 rooms available.

Housing stock

The new buildings provide additional housing in the region. There are a total of 2,058 apartments in Wolhusen. A total of 81 1-room apartments are available on the housing market. In terms of medium-sized to large apartments, the housing stock includes 399 apartments with 2 rooms, 678 3-room apartments and 416 with 4 rooms. The stock of very spacious properties with 5 rooms comprises 416 apartments, and there are 273 apartments with at least 6 rooms.

Unoccupied apartments

The rate of apartment vacancies in Wolhusen is 0.78%. Of this total, 2.47% of 1-room apartments, 0.95% of apartments with 2 rooms,

1.04% of 4-room apartments and 0.97% of the 5-room apartments are currently vacant. The vacancy rate for apartments with more than 5 rooms is 0.73%; 0.37% of those empty properties are apartments with a minimum of 6 rooms.

Property market (rental only)

An average of CHF 1,352 is needed to rent a property. This means that 25% of all rents on offer are cheaper than or equal to a monthly rent of CHF 1,125 (25th percentile). 75% of monthly rents are lower than CHF 1,650 (75th percentile), or they are equivalent to this average price.