Most properties in Amsterdam are built on land owned by the city. The municipality charges a fee for use of the land. This is what we call leasehold, or erfpacht.
Did you know that there are some special conditions for expats who want to get a Dutch mortgage? There are residence- and income-based requirements. In this article, Team Concepts covers residence requirements for expat mortgages.
When it comes to buying a property, you have to think about more than just the price tag. In addition to the property cost, there are many other costs to keep in mind.
In this article, we are discussing 5 more things to keep in mind to secure the maximum mortgage for your financial situation.
Read more to learn about the things you need to pay attention to for getting your maximum possible mortgage as an expat in the Netherlands.
Buy-to-let mortgages are a viable option for many homeowners.
In today’s real estate market, especially in Amsterdam, expats find that they can’t compete for the picture-perfect house or apartment. Instead, many expats choose to buy a fixer-upper, a property that needs a little bit of TLC before they can call it home. Luckily, there are a few different ways to finance a home renovation.
There are many factors to take into consideration when gathering your documents and discussing your finances with your mortgage adviser. Unfortunately, market and mortgage interest are included in the list of things you need to think about. This article will help you navigate some of the changes coming to mortgage interest in 2022.