Is Amsterdam the new London or New York? In terms of popularity and rising housing prices, the city can certainly compete with these metropolises. But our capital is a village, of course, when compared to the surface areas of the great global cities. Is it always going to stay that way? Or will Amsterdam, too, become a true metropolis one day? Are you interested in … Continue reading Hello Amsterdam!
‘Haarlem, pearl of the Randstad’ Haarlem has been one of the most popular cities in the Randstad for years, with a varied number of shops, the nearby beaches and dunes, and good public transport. Although the market slowed down during the housing crisis, the sharp declines that were visible in other parts of the Netherlands did not occur in Haarlem. In the past few years, … Continue reading ‘Haarlem, pearl of the Randstad’
Martijn Peters, Peters en Partners City-centre: ‘A close look at the introduction of perpetual leaseholds’ Our real estate agency Peters en Partners is located on the Keizersgracht, close to the Leidsestraat. We get to see the changes that this bustling, lively area is undergoing on a daily basis. We’re observing the Rode Loper taking shape, the fact that residents and users believe that the Noord-Zuidlijn … Continue reading City-centre: ‘A close look at the introduction of perpetual leaseholds’
Henk Burger, Henk Burger Makelaardij ‘Amstelveen: village life with a touch of Amsterdam’ This year’s Woon Amsterdam report, which provides an insight into the current situation of the owner-occupied housing market in Amsterdam, came with an additional publication on the theme of Amsterdam and the Metropolitan Area. This is no coincidence, of course. Due to the pressure on the housing market in Amsterdam, bordering municipalities … Continue reading ‘Amstelveen: village life with a touch of Amsterdam’
Babette Peters, Peters-De Jong Makelaardij ‘North nuts?!’ The popularity of North Amsterdam is still growing. The times of being slightly embarrassed when telling people you’d bought a house ‘on the other side’ are long gone. The North is hip and booming. And that goes for more than just the new developments on the bank of the IJ river and the age-old popularity of the quintessential … Continue reading ‘North nuts?!’