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The population of Biasca has grown to 6,110. This equates to an increase of 0.3% in 3 years.

Demographic data

On average, residents earn CHF 58,530 annually.

9.6% of the population are university graduates, 8.89% have a higher vocational training qualification, 43.81% have an SEK II qualification (school-leaving certificate or apprenticeship) and 37.7% are currently completing compulsory education.

As a result, the region has high social standards.

Around 1.19% of the population is currently unemployed.


12.27% is the tax percentage in the region. However, the individual tax burden varies from person to person and is based on income, marital status and the amount of deductions, among other factors.

The rate of taxation for a single person with no children in Biasca is 18.08%. On average, a married couple on a pension (over 65) pays 16.67%, a married couple with two children 6.98% and a couple without children 10.84%%.

Summary of the property market

New buildings

In the past 5 years, 195 new apartments have been built in Biasca.

5 of the new apartments are 1-room apartments, which are perfect for people living alone.

The total number of newly built 2-room apartments is 38.

39 new apartments with 3 rooms and 91 apartments with 4 rooms were also constructed in the area.

Furthermore, the number of large apartments available amounts to 19 5-room apartments and 3 apartments with a minimum of 6 rooms.

Housing stock

Biasca now has a total of 3,648 apartments, following additional expansion of the housing stock as a result of the construction of new dwellings.

There are 85 1-room apartments on the housing market.

There are also 552 apartments with 2 rooms, 1,048 apartments with 3 rooms and 1,382 4-room apartments.

The supply of very spacious properties with 5 rooms comprises 411 apartments, and there are 170 apartments with a minimum of 6 rooms.

Empty apartments

2.41% of apartments in Biasca are empty.

This means that 3.61% of the 1-room apartments,

4.63% of all apartments with 2 rooms,

2.14% of the apartments with 3 rooms,

2.44% of apartments with 4 rooms

and 0.25% of apartments with 5 rooms are currently vacant.

The vacancy rate is 0.53% for apartments with more than 5 rooms and 1.2% for apartments with more than 6 rooms.

Housing market (letting only)

An average of CHF 1,160 is needed to rent a property.

25% of all rents on the market are below a monthly rent of CHF 990, or they are equal to this amount (25th percentile).

In addition, 75% of all monthly rents are less than or equivalent to CHF 1,350.