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# Property Price %

Snapshot data for real estate in switzerland1000 Lausanne in a snapshot...

Find out how 1000 Lausanne performed in November 2019 compared to October 2019

Property type Median sales price Median price per m2 # of properties (today)
House CHF 2'950'000 (+0.0 %) CHF 8'215 (+0.0 %) 24 

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The median price may not be reliable as less than 30 houses have been compared. Please also verify the median prices of surrounding villages to get a better picture.

Apartment / Flat CHF 915'000 (+0.0 %) CHF 9'327 (+0.0 %) 32
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Demographic information in SwitzerlandDemographics

For 2014 unless otherwise stated

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Demographic information in Switzerland
1000 lausanne
commune
Demographic information in Switzerland
vaud
canton
Demographic information in Switzerland
79
tax rate

People

Population information from the Swiss property market
133'897
population
Population information from the Swiss property market
4.8%
change population
(2010-2014)
0-1920-6465+
age distribution
Population information from the Swiss property market
66'288
# households
Population information from the Swiss property market
2.0
average size
households
Population information from the Swiss property market
42.3%
foreigners

Property market trends

Property market trends information
0.1%
vacancy rate
(2015)
Property market trends information
3.9
new housing units per
1'000 residents (2013)
Property market trends information
3'236
population
density per km
Property market trends information
9.2%
social
assistance rate

Employment & Economy (2013)

Employment information in Switzerland 115'846 employed
In 1. sector:81 In 2. sector:6'711 In 3. sector:109'054
Employment information in Switzerland 12'301 workplaces
In 1. sector:17 In 2. sector:956 In 3. sector:11'328

Politics (2015) - percentage of vote (national council elections)

FDP 2: 18.6 %
GPS: 15.9 %
PDA/SOL: 7.0 %
CVP: 3.5 %
EVP/CSP: 0.8 %
small right wing parties 0.5 %
SP: 30.8 %
SVP: 15.4 %
other parties 2.8 %
BDP: 1.0 %
GLP: 3.6 %

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