The average rent in the private sector, in the second quarter limited the rise. The rent of a rose by 1.4 per cent and apartments by 2.5 per cent. However, it appears that in the major cities, a price ceiling has been reached, turns out to be Wednesday according to new figures from the real estate management of the Netherlands (CDR NL), and the venue'S.
Each square foot, the average rental rate in the second quarter on a 12,41€. For a house, paying tenants are, on average, ş 1,109 per month, but the regional differences are very large.
In Amsterdam, the prices are the highest. Out there pay for people to, on average, more than $ 20 per square foot. This is a 1.4 percent increase over the second quarter of 2019. In Utrecht, it was an even greater increase. The average price per square foot has increased by 11.3% to 13,87€. In Rotterdam and The Hague have dropped the prices right, respectively, to 3.4 and 3.5 per cent for 13,22 eur and a 13,29€.
you can Continue to Almere, a significant increase of 29.5 percent. Now you pay an average of 12,12 euros per square meter.
in HER chair Onno Hoes don't think that the prices in the big cities is still a lot further to rise. "In the G4 cities (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Den Haag and Utrecht, ed.). there has been a slight downward trend," said Case.
"The rent for unfurnished and furnished properties has fallen because of a decline in demand from expatriates and international students, and an increase of supply because of the properties on Airbnb are let in."