In 2016 we saw the outcries about the Amsterdam and Utrecht residential markets becoming overheated, which resulted in an increase of the average selling price of respectively 22% and 13% in only one year (compared to respectively 16% and 11% the year before). Now, a year later, we see the same developments going on in other parts of the country. Not only large cities within the Randstad area have shown high price increases, but smaller cities at the fringe of the Netherlands, like Weert in the province of Limburg or Waalwijk in Noord-Brabant, have also shown increases of more than 10%.
In this report we will further discuss the regional differences within the Netherlands, but first we start with the most important economic fundamentals and the general demand and supply side characteristics. We will conclude the report with an analysis of the investment market and a round-up of the key findings.
Source : Savills