Rent increase dwellings; income class

Rent increase dwellings; income class

Type of rental Income classes Periods Rent increase including harmonisation (%) Rent increase excluding harmonisation (%)
Total Exception group 2021
Liberalised rental Exception group 2021
Total; regulated Exception group 2021
Social landlords; regulated Exception group 2021
Other landlords; regulated Exception group 2021
Source: CBS.
Explanation of symbols

Table description


This table includes figures on the average increase of rent broken down by income class. A distinction is made here between rental of regulated dwellings by social and other landlords and liberalised rental.

Data available from: 2015.

Status of the figures:
The figures in this table are definitive.

Changes as of 6 September 2021:
The figures of 2021 have been published.

When will new figures be published?
New figures will become available in September 2022.

Description topics

Rent increase including harmonisation
The average rent increase for dwellings including rent harmonisation.

When a dwelling changes tenancy, the rent increase may exceed the maximum increase valid for that year. This is called rent harmonisation. This increase has no connection with the annual rent increase per 1 July and can be applied at any moment in time. However, the rent after harmonisation may not exceed the maximum rent based on the Ministry of Interior and Kingdom Relations' Rent Point System.
Rent increase excluding harmonisation
The average rent increase for dwellings excluding rent harmonisation.

When a dwelling changes tenancy, the rent increase may exceed the maximum increase valid for that year. This is called rent harmonisation. This increase has no connection with the annual rent increase per 1 July and can be applied at any moment in time. However, the rent after harmonisation may not exceed the maximum rent based on the Ministry of Interior and Kingdom Relations' Rent Point System.