How the Swedish Rent-A-Home Boom Is Fueling the Rise of ‘The Hunger Games’ movie franchise

There is a huge gap between the Swedish rental market and the rest of the world, according to a new report from real estate analytics firm Zillow.

In the first quarter of this year, rental vacancy rates in Sweden fell from a record high of 8.6 percent to 5.9 percent, according the report.

That’s not good news for the movie industry, which is struggling to find a new movie hit.

Sweden is the biggest producer of films in the world and is home to the largest number of movie screens.

Zillows report notes that this fall alone, the Swedish film industry lost $10 billion in the first nine months of 2017.

The number of screen openings was also down dramatically, with only 12,000 screens being available in the country last year.

This year, there will only be 9,000 theaters in Sweden, and only one movie studio is planning to expand there.

It is unclear what will happen to the movie studios that are planning to relocate.

That means that movie studios will likely be looking to the Scandinavian nation to expand, instead of the rest-of-the-world market.

A lot of that is due to the fact that Sweden’s rental market is growing so quickly that it is outpacing the rest.

Last year, the number of people renting homes grew from 1.6 million to 2.1 million, according Zillower.

There is also a lot of speculation that the country could be on the verge of having a housing bubble.

A recent report from the Stockholm Housing Association predicts that the rental market will be on track to reach a record 4.3 million people by 2020, and that the total number of households will surpass 2.6 billion.

The report also notes that the number and density of homes is increasing at an unprecedented rate.

This growth is primarily driven by foreign buyers, who have jumped on the bandwagon in recent years, especially as Sweden has become one of the top destinations for new foreign investors.

While the rental vacancy rate has fallen, the rental home market has remained stagnant.

That is why the real estate market in Sweden has remained largely unchanged over the past few years, as home prices have increased and rental vacancy has fallen.

This is why Zillovids report predicts that over the next decade, the country will see a huge increase in the number, density and number of rental homes.

It’s important to note that Zillowitz says that the Swedish housing market has reached a plateau, which means that the average rental price will continue to decline over the coming years.

The rental market in Denmark is even more volatile.

Zilovows report says that this is partly due to high vacancy rates, and partly because the housing market is experiencing a sharp slowdown in demand.

It says that demand has dropped, and in particular in the past year, people are choosing to stay put rather than looking for a rental in a different market.

In addition, it’s possible that the high rental vacancy in Denmark could lead to a further decline in the average value of rental housing.

Denmark’s housing market in general is extremely expensive, and many people in the housing industry do not even own their own homes.

That has led to a huge price gap between average rental prices and the median income of households.

As a result, the average price of a rental home in Denmark has also declined.

The Zilloway report notes a number of factors that are likely to play into the future housing market.

First and foremost, there is a very high demand for housing in the Nordic nation, and a shortage of affordable rental homes due to a shortage in the available supply.

Second, there are also several factors that may cause a drop in the price of rentals in Denmark, such as the introduction of new regulations and measures to restrict the growth of speculative activity in the rental sector.

In this regard, Zillbergs report points to a number policy changes that could lead the country to a housing boom.

These include: • A new law that will allow the Swedish government to regulate the growth and development of speculative property in the future.

The Swedish government will be able to use new laws and measures in a bid to control the growth in the supply of rental properties.

• The government will also be able set a limit on the amount of new rental properties that can be built in a year.

The limit will be between 200 and 300 units per year.

• Further changes in the property market will likely see an increase in demand for new rental housing, particularly for people with lower incomes, and more middle-income households.

• New regulations will also have a negative impact on the number that can buy a property, which may lead to an increase of speculative demand for rental properties as well. 

 If you are interested in renting a home in Sweden this fall, the best place to look is in Stockholm, the capital of the country.

The city is known for its art and culture, which attracts a large number of foreign visitors from