You can come and go whenever you want, you’re not responsible for major maintenance, and you don’t have to worry about what would happen if the value of your property goes down. Renting in the Netherlands is not cheap and depending on where you are, you could be worse off financially in a rental property.A three-room flat in Amsterdam’s Buitenveldert district will cost you around €1,900 a month in rent, but if you bought the same property, it could be as much as €700 a month cheaper – and that is taking all the bills into account as well. Above all, the rent you pay helps your landlord beef up his investments and does nothing to help you build up a nest egg. Well, today’s market is attractive for buyers because mortgage rates are relatively low so you can get a lot of house for your money.Therefore we organize a wide variety of social events where you can mingle with fellow Dutch minded people and get the feeling of “gezelligheid”.
Buying also means you can try to find the perfect property.
Buying offers you more choices and the opportunity to renovate your home exactly as you like it. The greatest risk a home-buyer faces is ending up in negative equity - or under water, as they say in Dutch.
The Dutch Club Chicago (anno 1958) welcomes all people with an interest in the Netherlands and its culture.
With the Midwest ties to the Netherlands dating back many years and growing numbers of Dutch moving here as well as companies settling here today, for some it's nice to visit your roots every now and then.
‘This find is unusual because it dates from so late in the period,’ said Stephan Mols, senior lecturer in archaeology at Nijmegen’s Radboud University.
But we are getting more and more indications that the Romans recruited soldiers and sought help here.
The collection was publicly displayed for the first time on Friday morning at the Valkhof Museum in Nijmegen, which has acquired them on a long-term loan.
Roymans said the money was likely to have been paid to the Frankish warlord by the Romans in exchange for help with their troubles with local Germanic tribes such as the Visigoths.
Buyers also run the risk of buying a house with hidden defects.
However, there are laws in the Netherlands to protect buyers from purchasing a property that has a lot of problems.
You can profit from rising house prices You can renovate the property however you want And what could go wrong?