Norway’s ten hottest residential ads in 2023 – NRK Buskerud – Local news, TV and radio

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In order to get enough people to the proper screening, it is an advantage to stimulate curiosity online as well. Finn.no has compiled a list of the homes with the most digital access in 2023.

Some of them have visitors who are as crazy as the hall sum.

– We allow ourselves to be fascinated by very special residences, often because of exclusivity, price, location, or that there is something completely unique about the interior, or the way the house has been designed, says manager of Finn Eiendom, Jørgen Hellestveit.

Celebrity residences

Two of the homes on the top list went for around NOK 90 million. In other words, very few of those who have looked at them have been real buyers.

Five of the residences are in Oslo. Both the one with the most views, the Bygdøy house, which has attracted 340,000 clicks. And the smallest, the Frogner house of 116 square metres.

Finn’s experience is that it is often the most expensive homes that end up on the top list, but it also happens that small farms, special apartments or curious advertisements get involved. Or it can be residences with a celebrity touch, which often get traction in social media.

The most expensive residence on the list is Villa Granholt, located in Nesbru. The stately house was built by figure skating queen Sonja Henie in 1938. We also find the house Broiler artist Mikkel Christiansen laid out for sale, with a view over the whole of Mjøndalen.

Mikkel Christiansen in Broiler had a view over the whole of Mjøndalen. And a basketball hoop in the living room. Now the house is sold.

Photo: Estate agent 1

Had to filter out stakeholders

– There was probably a lot of extra interest since he is a well-known person, and then it was a unique, architect-designed residence, says Ole Kristian Skretteberg of Eiendomsmegler 1 Drammen, who sold the house.

It would have been crowded if everyone also came to the physical viewing in the house, which has a usable area of ​​348 square metres.

– We had to survey the interest picture a little in advance, to distinguish between who was interested and who was just curious, says Skretteberg.

Here is the list of the 10 houses that had the most views on Finn.no last year:

Bygdøy, Oslo

340,000 views
Area of ​​use: 659 m²
Price: 89 million
See the picture: Here is the Finn ad

Photo: Privatmegleren Park

Madla, Rogaland

300,000 views
Area of ​​use: 508 m²
Price: 39 million
See the picture: Here is the Finn ad

Photo: Privatmegleren Galleri

Mjøndalen, Buskerud

236,000 views
Area of ​​use: 348 m²
Price: 11.5 million
See the picture: Here is the Finn ad

Photo: Estate agent 1

Tjuvholmen, Oslo

231,000 views
Area of ​​use: 305 m²
Price: 78 million
See the picture: Here is the Finn ad

Photo: Belèven Eiendomsmegling

Singsaker, Trøndelag

192,000 views
Area of ​​use: 505 m²
Price: 15.3 million
See the picture: Here is the Finn ad

Photo: Proaktiv Trondheim

Adamstuen, Oslo

164,000 views
Area of ​​use: 365 m²
Price: 45 million
See the picture: Here is the Finn ad

Photo: PrivatMegleren Dyve & Partners

Frogner, Oslo

163,000 views
Area of ​​use: 116 m²
Price: 9 million
See the picture: Here is the Finn ad

Photo: Krogsveen Majorstuen

Lagåsen, Akershus

159,000 views
Area of ​​use: 625 m²
Price: 67 million
See the picture: Here is the Finn ad

Photo: Nordvik Bygdøy Allé

Nesbru, Akershus

158,000 views
Area of ​​use: 814 m²
Price: 90 million
See the picture: Here is the Finn ad

Photo: Boa Oslo West

Frogner, Oslo

152,000 views
Area of ​​use: 470 m²
Price: 65 million
See the picture: Here is the Finn ad

Photo: Sem & Johnsen

The difficult year

The past year has been characterized by economic uncertainty. Electricity prices skyrocketed for a period, food became more expensive and interest rates rose and rose.

Therefore, fewer new homes have ever been built than there will be in 2023.

– 2023 was a bit unpredictable, and several started selling before they wanted to buy. The speed of turnover was therefore longer per object. We now believe in a relatively balanced market. The demand will be there, because it is also said that there is not enough construction, says property broker Ole Kristian Skretteberg.

There have been 14 interest rate hikes in the last two years, and Norwegians now pay on average three times as much interest on their home loan as they did two years ago. But the fact that the wallet has become depleted does not mean that we are in the middle of an economic crisis – just that known like that, writes NRK’s ​​economics commentator Cecilie Langum Becker:

The article is in Norwegian

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