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.
The Netherlands can not meet the demand for apartments and properties for sale even in university cities such as Leiden or Groningen where housing has become a problem. The demand for houses for rent in the Netherlands has increased when the crisis in the brick industry has made excessive the cost of buying a property for sale in the Netherlands.
In Amsterdam, the property for selling prices has increased by 65% in the last five years. If we move to cities near the capital such as Rotterdam, Aja, Utrecht, Maastricht, Delft, Eindhoven and Alkmaar, prices have risen to 45 %.
According to a real estate research, the cost per square meter in the rest of the country has increased by only 25%. But increases have also been recorded in the main suburbs of big cities.
The most marked increase for properties sold in the Netherlands was recorded in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Utrecht and The Hague, where already the number of available accommodation was rather low, helping to accentuate the trend.
The picture was less rosy for the properties for sale in Holland, we can see it 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 33% surge and prices in neighboring Rijswijk have grown faster than in The Hague.
Among the best cities to buy properties for sale in the Netherlands we find Leiden, a city located halfway between Rotterdam and the capital and close to the coast.
The Hague Den Haag is a multicultural city that welcomes many foreigners and the demand for property for sale is very high.
Amsterdam is rich and full of culture, but house prices are high and it is not easy to find property for sale.