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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Spotlight on Student Housing in The Netherlands

31 July 2012

"Strong demand and positive rental growth make student housing an attractive investment opportunity". Marcus Roberts, Savills Student Housing


Market in Minutes Netherlands Q1 2012

22 March 2012

Market in Minutes shows in brief the current opportunities and threats of the Dutch property market and includes a 2012 forecast.


Amsterdam quarterly bulletin - H2 2011

19 March 2012

“In the current economic climate the awareness of accommodation costs by occupiers has risen substantially. The relocation of Deutsche Bank and ING to Amsterdam-Southeast shows that competitively priced offices in secondary markets are once again on the agenda of office occupiers.”


Rotterdam quarterly data bulletin - H2 2011

19 March 2012

"As in most cities occupier demand in Rotterdam dropped significantly in the second half of the year. With significant oversupply in many submarkets occupiers have strong negotiation positions and could make good use of that, particularly in situations where they prefer to renew their leases.”


The Hague quarterly data bulletin - H2 2011

19 March 2012

“The 2011 investment demand in The Hague dropped significantly compared to the year before, which shows that overall investor liquidity is low and financing opportunities are limited. New developments, such as De Monarch, do prove that prime locations are still very much in demand.”


Utrecht quarterly data bulletin - H2 2011

19 March 2012

“Utrecht is one of the markets in which investment demand remained fairly stable last year. The overall lower liquidity in the Dutch investment market coupled with the increasing financial constraints did cause prime yields to increase over the past months.”


European Warehousing Markets - Autumn 2011

18 November 2011

“Prime warehousing rents have bottomed out in the major logistics hubs and the leasing market is almost solely driven by owneroccupiers and built-to-suit developments. The sector remains the least preferred choice for investors and the yield gap with prime retail and office properties has widened.” Eri Mitsostergiou - European Research


European Investment Bulletin

31 October 2011

Prime yields are back to their long term average levels, following a period of strong investor interest for prime assets. Overall investors remain wary of secondary markets amid downside risks to the European economic outlook however some specialist players have started exploring the best opportunities in this market segment. Eri Mitsostergiou - European Research


Amsterdam office market bulletin - Q2 2011

07 September 2011

“During the first half of 2011 the Amsterdam office market remained stable. Office occupier demand totalled 125,000 sqm, similar to H1 2010, while investment volume reached a solid €200 million.”


Rotterdam Quarterly Office Market - Q2 2011

07 September 2011

“The Rotterdam office market showed solid figures over the first half of 2011. The investment volume already matches the full 2010 figures, while occupier demand remained stable.”


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Jordy Kleemans

Jordy Kleemans

Associate Director

Savills Amsterdam

0031 (0) 20 301 2000


Martijn Pustjens

Martijn Pustjens

Research & Consultancy

Savills Amsterdam



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