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Wald (ZH) has grown by 2.45% over the past 3 years and currently has 10,343 inhabitants.


The average income is CHF 65,405.

In the region, 11.82% of the population have a university degree, 15.5% of residents have completed higher vocational training, 48.72% have an SEK II qualification (school-leaving certificate or apprenticeship) and 23.96% are currently in compulsory education.

According to the data, this is a region with high social standards and an educated population.

The current unemployment rate stands at 1.15%.


The rate of taxation in the area is 11.11%. Income, marital status and deductions are among the aspects that influence the actual tax burden.

In Wald (ZH), the tax burden for unmarried people without children is 15.63%. A retired, married couple (over 65) pays an average of 14.61%, a married couple with two children 6.95% and a childless couple 10.19%%.

Summary of the property market

New buildings

In the last 5 years, 334 new apartments have been built in Wald (ZH).

The 4 1-bedroom apartments are perfect for people living alone.

A total of 73 new 2-room apartments have also been created.

105 3-room apartments and 116 apartments with 4 rooms were additionally constructed.

The newly built apartments include 28 5-room apartments and 8 apartments with 6 or more rooms.

Housing stock

The new buildings have contributed to a further expansion of the housing stock, and there are now 5,016 apartments in Wald (ZH).

The number of 1-room apartments in the total housing supply is 247.

Additionally, there are 678 apartments with 2 rooms, 1,196 apartments with 3 rooms and 1,505 apartments with 4 rooms.

Finally, the stock of 5-room properties includes 871 apartments, and there are also 519 large apartments with 6 rooms or more.

Empty apartments

The rate of vacant apartments in Wald (ZH) is 2.08%.

Of this number, 5.69% of 1-room apartments,

3.25% of apartments with 2 rooms,

2.18% of the apartments with 3 rooms,

1.73% of apartments with 4 rooms

and 1.27% of 5-room apartments are uninhabited.

Apartments with more than 5 rooms have a vacancy rate of 1.15%; of that figure, 0.97% are apartments with more than 6 rooms.

Housing market (rental only)

Rents for rental properties average CHF 1,500 per month.

In terms of the rents on offer, a quarter of them are equivalent to or lower than a monthly rent of CHF 1,274.

75% of monthly rents are cheaper than CHF 1,850 (75th percentile), or they are equal to this average price.