Do you need a bit of help arranging your housing in the Netherlands? Whether your queries are related to finding the right real estate agent or the right rental agreement, the answers lie in this section.

Maybe you are not quite into the details yet, and are still pondering whether ‘to rent or to buy’ your new home in the Netherlands. Many factors play into this decision, from the current state of the market to your financial situation. Our article will help you weigh up all the pros and cons. Naturally, ‘Tax consequences’ come into the equation too, so we have outlined and explained them for you here.

Are you leaning towards ‘renting a place in the Netherlands’? Take a look at the types of properties and contracts you have on offer, and how to handle the procedure, here.

Buying a home is extremely exciting. However, it comes with some pretty big decisions and quite a bit of paper work. Our section on ‘buying a house in the Netherlands’ will lead you through the process step by step.

Once you have decided to go ahead and purchase your housing, you will want some advice on ‘taking out a mortgage in the Netherlands’. You can explore all your options below.

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Centrally located between The Hague, Rijswijk, and Rotterdam and within reach of Amsterdam, Delft doesn’t really require an introduction. This central location is further achieved by its closeness to two airports, a new underground train station within walking/cycling distance and the nearby highways A4, A12, A13, and A20.

Serious about purchasing a home in the Netherlands? You should begin watching the housing market carefully in the weeks or months before buying your first home in order to get a feel for whether it is in your favor. For the past year, the housing market has been favoring sellers. According to …

The Winter real estate market has been in full swing since a few seasons now, and across the country home inventory is low, demand is high, and sellers definitely have the advantage. No matter the experience level, any buyer in today’s market may find themselves stressed out and potentially disappointed if they …

This article was originally published in The XPat Journal Spring 2018 Issue In 1985, Meline Mercouri, then minister of culture in Greece, and Jack Lang, her colleague in France, decided that they wanted to create something that would make Europeans more aware of their shared history and values – as well as illustrate the rich diversity …

This article was originally published in The XPat Journal Spring 2018 Issue Leeuwarden is one of Europe’s Cultural Capitals this year, which will be celebrated not only in the city itself, but throughout the whole province. What to expect? Aside from what has been mentioned in our article on leisure, be sure to catch Sense of …