Netherlands Research

Below is a summary of the reports on the Dutch market. If you have questions or need an explanation? Please do get in contact.

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Netherlands Market in Minutes - June 2017
29 May 2017

Time for new prime

 

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Netherlands Market in Minutes March 2016

Netherlands Market in Minutes March 2016

17 March 2016

The major themes for Dutch property in 2016

 
 
 
Rotterdam Special

Rotterdam Special

14 September 2015

We are pleased to present  our Rotterdam special. Being the second largest city in the Netherlands it deserves more attention than it often gets. We hope that you find it of interest.

 
 
 
Spotlight on Student Housing Netherlands summer 2015

Spotlight on Student Housing Netherlands summer 2015

02 June 2015

Including all new developments there is room for 50,000 new student housing units.

 
 
 
Market in Minutes The Netherlands June 2015

Market in Minutes The Netherlands June 2015

01 June 2015

Recovering occupier demand drives investments volumes.

 
 
 

Netherlands Market in Minutes - March 2015

13 March 2015

Further yield contractions in Dutch property market

 
 
 

Netherlands Market in Minutes - December 2014

18 December 2014

Interest of buyers and sellers aligned

 
 
 

Netherlands Hotel Market Briefing Note - Autumn 2014

20 October 2014

Taking into account the number of hotels currently being marketed, we expect that 2014 totals, which currently stand at €430 million, will be in line with last year’s total investment volume of €580 million.

 
 
 

Netherlands Residential Market Briefing Note - Autumn 2014

09 October 2014

Record investments in H2 2014 and more to come

 
 
 

Netherlands Market in Minutes - October 2014

06 October 2014

Increase in occupier and investor demand

 
 
 

Netherlands Retail Market - September 2014

15 September 2014

The Dutch economy grew by 0.9% y-o-y in Q2 2014, mainly due to increased exports and private sector investments. After five consecutive years of decrease, household consumption remained stable over the past year, despite lower natural gas consumption. Consumers did spent more on durable goods, like clothes, electronic equipment, household appliances and cars.

 
 
 

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