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Dutch Housing Market Quarterly Dutch version

Dutch Housing Market Quarterly - November 2010

Times are still tough in the market for owner-occupied properties. But there are some signs of improvement. After having fallen for the six preceding quarters, house prices have now been rising for two successive quarters.

Dutch Housing Market Quarterly Dutch version

Dutch Housing Market Quarterly

The Dutch existing homes market is currently under heavy weather. A lack of confidence among house buyers has sapped momentum from the market. Transaction numbers continue to lag below pre-crisis levels.

Dutch Housing Market Quarterly

Dutch Housing Market Quarterly

The housing market in the Netherlands is gradually recovering from the blow dealt to it by the credit crisis. The downward trend in transaction numbers now seems to have been broken, setting the trough at just over 125,000 transactions on a 12 month basis.

Dutch Housing Market Quarterly Dutch version

Dutch Housing Market Quarterly

The negative spiral afflicting the housing market for some time appears to be broken, and the housing market is stabilising. After a sharp decline in transactions from autumn 2008, the past half year has shown signs of a slight rebound.