|Last Updated: Jul 06, 2013|
|AMSTERDAM - Apartments||COST (€)||YIELD (p.a.)||PRICE/SQ.M. (€)|
|TO BUY||MONTHLY RENT||TO BUY||MONTHLY RENT|
|THE HAGUE - Apartments|
|Amsterdam: Oud Zuid
The Hague: Archipelbuurt , Belgisch Park, Benoordenhout, Duinoord, Marlot, Scheveningen, Statenkwartier and Willemspark
Source: Global Property Guide Definitions: Data FAQ See also: Update Schedule
Gross rental yields from apartments in the Netherlands have risen from last year.
During the year to July 2013, rental yields from apartments in Amsterdam rose from:
During the same time period, rental yields from apartments in The Hague rose from:
The increase in the rental return is because prices per square metre (sq. m.) have dropped both in Amsterdam and in The Hague.
During the year to July 2013, average prices per sq. m. of apartments in Amsterdam fell by 14% whereas in The Hague, average prices per sq. m. fell by around 17%, based on our sample (which may be untypical).
Rental incomes from apartments have also dropped but not as much as the drop in the buying price per sq. m. In Amsterdam, average rents per sq. m. dropped by only 1% during the year to July 2013, whereas in The Hague, average rents per sq. m. dropped by only 0.7%%.
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