Bomarknaden behöver likt DDR:s idrottare doping. Utan dessa (ingen amort/ränteavdrag/låg ränta) är kollapsen likt DDR och Sovjet nära #bopol— Mårten Bäck (@MartenBack) 6 november 2015
"Ränteavdragen är en bisarr företeelse som är borta inom 20 år." Anders Borg på Hjärntillskott i Göteborg pic.twitter.com/RGLWJfR3KJ— Gunnar Oesterreich (@gunnaro) 6 november 2015
"Politicians at least seem to be warming to the idea of cutting mortgage-interest relief, partly because they are looking for money to pay for the influx of refugees. But for the most part, measures to slow the property boom seem politically unpalatable. “People feel rich today thanks to these crazy prices,” says one member of parliament. “Nobody wants to be the one who breaks the spell.”The Econimist
Politicians and regulators also know that any measure that obliges Swedes to spend more of their income on deposits or mortgage payments would be a drag on consumption, and thus a blow to an already fragile economy. “Ideally, I’d like to have something in my toolkit with which I could influence the housing market and nothing else,” says Henrik Braconier of the FI, “but up to now I have not found it.”"