Property for sale in Holland
It is not easy to find a place to live or a property for sale in Holland , especially in big cities like Amsterdam, The Hague, Rotterdam and Utrecht.
There are simply not enough apartments to satisfy the demand, and even in university cities like Leiden or Groningen, accommodation is a problem. The demand for rent a house in Holland has increased when the brick crisis has made the purchase of a home an excessively expensive.
In Amsterdam, property for sale prices have increased by 65% over the last five years. Prices in neighbouring cities of 45%
The average price of a property for sale in Holland has increased by 40% in the last five years,.
According to a real estate research, the cost per square meter in the rest of the country has increased "only" by 25%. But increases have also been recorded in the main suburbs of the larger cities.
The most marked increase for properties for sale in Holland was recorded in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht and The Hague, where already the number of available accommodation was rather low, contributing to accentuate the trend.
In Amsterdam, house prices have increased by 65% over the last five years. Prices in neighbouring cities of 45%.
A similar trend was observed in Utrecht, where prices for properties for sale rose by 42% and those in the suburbs by 30% on average.
The picture was less rosy in Rotterdam, where the increase was 27% in the last two years. In the Hague, the increase was 43% in the last five years. In the suburbs there has been a surge of 33% and prices in neighbouring Rijswijk have grown faster than in The Hague.
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