Swiss Vacancy Rate at 14-Year High Doesn't Ease Urban PressuresBy
Increase in vacancies contributes to slower growth in rents
Restrictive laws keep vacancies low in Geneva, Zurich
The number of empty apartments in Switzerland climbed to the highest since 2001, slowing the pace of rental increases.
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