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Dutch Housing Market Quarterly

Dutch Housing Market Quarterly

The Dutch housing market will see no meaningful change in the short term. Prices will fall and sales numbers will remain low. However, we do expect to see a temporary pickup in sales in the fourth quarter of 2012.

Economic Report

Coalition agreement: the housing market

First we had the Spring Agreement, and now we have a coalition agreement. In addition to decisions about all kinds of other areas, measures have been taken for the further reform of the housing market.

Economic Report

A slice of Danish: the Danish mortgage model

Although the traditional Danish mortgage model offers interesting points for consideration, it would be undesirable to copy it directly. It is more important to explore ways to induce institutional investors to invest in the domestic mortgage market.

Economic Report

Overview of options for the housing market

This document maps out the effects of the respective election platforms for the economy as published by the Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis. We conclude with our view of the likely and most desirable outcome of the coalition talks.

Dutch Housing Market Quarterly

Dutch Housing Market Quarterly

In the second quarter of 2012 second-hand house prices fell further. We have seen the number of houses for sale continue to rise, while disposable income is dropping. Therefore we do not expect this picture to change during the coming quarters

Dutch Housing Market Quarterly

Dutch Housing Market Quarterly

The Dutch existing homes market is still showing no sign of recovery. In the fourth quarter of 2011 prices continued to drop and fewer houses changed hands. This picture is not expected to change appreciably in the coming quarters.