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.

Featured report


Netherlands Market in Minutes - June 2017
29 May 2017

Time for new prime


Research search results: 73 found


Netherlands Light Industrial Market - Summer 2014

04 June 2014

Occupier demand in light industrial remained stable while investments vastly increased.


Netherlands Market in Minutes - June 2014

04 June 2014

Investment volumes increasing further


Netherlands Residential Market Briefing Note - Summer 2014

04 June 2014

Residential market: new regulations and more investments


Netherlands Spotlight on Student Housing - Summer 2014

04 June 2014

“Till 2025 a shortage of 70,000 beds is estimated, this is however without taking the effects of the new student loan system into account.”


Netherlands Market in Minutes - March 2014

17 March 2014

Investor interest for non-core assets will increase


Netherlands Market Report Big 4 Office Markets - H2 2013

17 March 2014

Both occupiers and investors remained focused on the prime office locations


Netherlands Market in Minutes - December 2013

23 December 2013

Record investment volumes ahead


The Netherlands Market in Minutes - October 2013

28 October 2013

Further increase in investment volumes.


Spotlight Residential Market The Netherlands Autumn 2013

23 September 2013

The residential market is the only large property market with growing undersupply.


Market report Big 4 office markets Netherlands - Summer 2013

16 July 2013

According to the latest research from Savills total office investment volume in the Netherlands’ four main markets of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht reached €400m in the first half of 2013, which is 6% above the average half year volumes since 2009. 


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Jordy Kleemans

Jordy Kleemans

Associate Director

Savills Amsterdam

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