Finns believe their real estate market is corrupted

Finns believe their real estate market is corrupted

Finnish businessmen surveyed by Ernst&Young called corruption in the construction and in real estate market the main problem of Finland, reports ee24.com citing yle.fi. 

110 respondents in senior positions in the Finnish corporations who are familiar with the mechanisms of decision-making on major projects believe that the hidden corruption, based on interactions within a certain network of contacts, is widespread in Finland itself, as well as in the neighboring Nordic countries.

However, statistical data and analysts' opinions discord with the above. Transparency International believes Finland is the third of the least corrupt countries in the world, and in the latest report of JLL the property market of Finland was called "highly transparent" and took 9th place by this indicator.