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


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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. 


Spotlight on Student Housing the Netherlands June 2013

04 June 2013

“The Netherlands is the third most popular destination for European students, due to high number of English taught programmes and low fees.” Jeroen Jansen, Netherlands Research


Market report Dutch property markets in 2012 and 2013 March 2013

18 April 2013

It is becoming increasingly clear where the threats and also the opportunities lie within the Dutch real estate markets.    


Market in Minutes Netherlands Q2 2012

01 August 2012

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


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.”


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Jordy Kleemans

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Savills Amsterdam

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