Most substantial rent increase in half a decade
Rents of residential property were raised by 2.8 percent on 1 July 2009, the most substantial increase since July 2004. The harmonisation accounts for 0.4 percentage points of the rent increase.
House rents up 1.6 percent
The amount of rent Dutch tenants pay for their homes was 1.6 percent higher on 1 July 2010 than one year previously. This is the equivalent of an average increase of 7 euro per month. It is the...
Housing costs of households; household, dwelling characteristics, '09-'15
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Housing costs of households; dwelling characteristics, region, 2009-2015
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300 thousand dwellings vacant
The Dutch housing stock includes 7.2 million dwellings; 300 thousand houses (4.2 percent) were vacant on 1 January 2011. One in seven vacant houses (47 thousand) were less than or just over ten years...
Residential property rents 9 percent up since introduction new rent policy
Residential property rents were raised by an average of 4.4 percent in July 2014. High-income tenants living in dwellings intended to provide affordable housing for low-income households faced the...
Small and relatively expensive housing in Amsterdam
Thirty percent of Amsterdam households own their home.
Over a quarter of tenants in housing association stock earn more than 33 thousand euro
More than one quarter (609 thousand) of rental homes owned by housing associations were occupied by households with annual incomes in excess of 33 thousand euro. Altogether, the housing association...