# Calculation of rent increase

Would you like to know the rent increase for the residential or commercial space you are renting/leasing? You can calculate it here.

Have a look at the general provisions of your tenancy agreement. It should clearly mention the formula for the annual rent increase. If you use the calculation tool below, it is important to know whether a monthly index figure or an annual average is used.

## Maximum rent increase private sector housing

The annual rent increase for private sector housing is capped until 1 May 2029. For the period from 1 January 2024 until 1 January 2025, the maximum rent increase is 5.5% (Dutch only). The calculation tool below does not take into account the maximum rent increase.

Please note that the maximum rent increase of 5.5 percent does not apply to business premises. The rent increase is calculated using the consumer price index (CPI). The CPI is published monthly by Statistics Netherlands (CBS).

## Rent index:

## Downloads

PDF - How to use the Rent Increase Calculator (Dutch only)

## Questions

Do you have any questions about your calculation? CBS Infoservice is available from Monday to Thursday from 10:00 to 12:00 and from 13:00 to 15:00, and on Friday from 10:00 to 12:00 at the following telephone number: +31 (0)88 570 70 70.

## Disclaimer

CBS is not in a position to comment on whether a certain indexation clause has been applied correctly or is not pursuant to statutory provisions or otherwise. CBS accepts no liability for any errors in the software used for the calculation tool and/or for errors during information transmission.

## Related items

- Link FAQ - Core inflation – Is this term used by CBS?
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