Buildings and free-time residences
The annual growth in the stock of free-time residences has slowed down. According to Statistics Finland, the stock of free-time residences has grown by around 2,100 free-time residences per year in the early 2020s, whereas in the 2010s it grew by an average of 3,700 free-time residences per year. The construction of free-time residences has been on the decline for a long time now, with the highest growth recorded in the 1970s. At the end of 2021, there were 508,919 free-time residences in Finland, while the municipality with the highest number of free-time residences is still Kuopio.
Free-time residences 1970-2021
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