|Last Updated: Jul 29, 2012|
|AMSTERDAM - Apartments||COST (€)||YIELD (p.a.)||PRICE/SQ.M. (€)|
|TO BUY||MONTHLY RENT||TO BUY||MONTHLY RENT|
|THE HAGUE - Apartments|
|Amsterdam: Central Amsterdam, Oud Zuid including De Pijp and Vondelpark
The Hague: Archipelbuurt , Scheveningen, Statenkwartier, Duinoord, Belgisch Park, Marlot, Benoordenhout and Willemspark
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Apartments in The Hague return higher gross rental yields than apartments in Amsterdam.
Rental yields on The Hague apartments are moderate to good, ranging from 5.26% to 6.14%. In Amsterdam, rental yields range from 4.72% to 5.37%.
A 120 square metre (sq. m.) apartment located in the desirable neighborhoods of Amsterdam, i.e., Central Amsterdam, Oud Zuid including De Pijp and Vondelpark, returns gross rental yields of around 5.11%, whereas a 120 sq. m. apartment in The Hague’s desirable neighborhoods, i.e., Archipelbuurt , Scheveningen, Statenkwartier, Duinoord, Belgisch Park, Marlot, Benoordenhout and Willemspark, returns higher rental yield, at around 5.91%.
Smaller apartments tend to have higher rental yields than larger apartments. This is true for both Amsterdam and The Hague apartments. A 50 sq. m. apartment in Amsterdam returns gross rental yield at 5.37%, while a 200 sq. m. apartment returns only 4.72% rental yield. Moreover, in The Hague, 1 60 sq. m. apartment returns 6.14% rental yield, while a 200 sq. m. apartment returns only 5.26% rental yield.
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