|Arrendepriser på jordbruksmark 2010|
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Statistics on agricultural land prices and rents has not been calculated or published on a regular basis in Sweden before the accession to EU. In EU this kind of statistics have been provided to Eurostat by most of the member states each year since 1973. Since the accession to EU in 1995, also Sweden is providing Eurostat with annual statistics on agricultural land prices and rents.
The estimations of agricultural rents are based on sample surveys with postal inquiries. Concerning the last year about 1 800 farmers have been included in the stratified sample. The questionnaires are worked out in a way that makes it possible to estimate the rented values of only the arable land, which means that rented values of living houses or other buildings are not included in the estimates of agricultural rents delivered to Eurostat. Therefor the figures delivered to Eurostat is not the same presented in this report.
A short summary tells us that the rent prices in Sweden has increased with on average 3 % from year 2008 to year 2009. Between 2009 and 2010 the increase was about 4 % on average. The average price to rent one hectare agriculture land in Sweden was 1 391 SEK in year 2010. The rents for agriculture land in the northern part of Sweden includes a bigger share of rents without payments and therefore the price in some southern parts of Sweden is up to ten times larger then in the northern parts.
There prices for rent in Sweden has increased almost every year since 1995 but still, as shown in fig. F rents in Sweden seem to be low compared to some other member states. However the estimated rents in different countries are not fully comparable because of differences in calculation methods.