Consumer prices; rent increase for dwellings by landlord
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This table includes the average increase of rent paid for dwellings in the
Netherlands. It shows a breakdown regarding the rent change in- and
excluding rent harmonisation. Another breakdown is for the commercial and
non-commercial rent movements of dwellings. The rent change is given on an
annual basis and is significant input for the housing price movements in
the consumer price index.
Data available from: 2009
Status of the figures:
All values are definite.
Discontinued on 10 October 2011.
- Rent increase incl. rent harmonisation
- The average increase of rent including rent harmonisation.
- Rent increase excl. rent harmonisation
- The average increase of rent excluding harmonisation of rents.
- Rent harmonisation
- Rent harmonisation is based on regulations set by the Ministry of
Housing, Spatial Planning and Environment. When a dwelling changes
tenancy, the rent may then be adjusted to a set maximum. This maximum
is based on the Ministry's House Value Rating System and can exceed
the inflation rate of the previous year.