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Christian Lennartz

Senior Economist

Christian Lennartz works as senior housing economist at RaboResearch Netherlands

Christian works as an analyst of the housing market in the Netherlands. He focuses specifically on the economic and social effects of housing policies as well as the relations between housing, labour, care, and financial markets.

Christian studied economic geography, economics, and sociology at the RWTH Aachen, Germany. Prior to his current position at RaboResearch, Christian worked as a PhD candidate at the TU Delft and as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Amsterdam.

Publications Christian Lennartz

Special

De impact van stedelingen op lokale woningmarkten (Dutch)

Amsterdammers en Utrechters betalen meer voor hun huis dan anderen. Deels omdat ze de mooiere en grotere huizen kopen, deels omdat ze vaak met zā€™n tweeën zijn, maar mogelijk ook omdat ze een betere financiële positie hebben.

Economic Report

De omvang en prognoses van "het" woningtekort (Dutch)

Het huidige woningtekort in Nederland bedraagt meer dan 100.000 woningen. In de Randstad en Flevoland komen ze de meeste huizen tekort. Worden de bouwplannen uit de Nationale Woonagenda gerealiseerd, dan zal het woningtekort tot 2025 substantieel afnemen.

Dutch Housing Market Quarterly Dutch version

House price growth reaches dizzying heights, while sales start to decline

While we still expect house prices to increase substantially this year, sales activities seem to reached a turning point on the Dutch housing market. Hampered by an increasing scarcity of homes in almost all regions, we have adjusted our 2018 sales forecast from 250,000 to 235,000 homes, a decline of 3% compared to 2017.