Buying a house in the Hague? Good idea, here’s the first step!

With rental prices going through the roof in the Netherlands and cities such as Groningen and Utrecht being either too far or too damn expensive when it comes to the housing market; there’s one interesting alternative that should especially attract all you internationals: The Hague!

Think about why you might want to buy a place in The Hague. It’s near the Sea and the lovely beach town of Scheveningen, plenty of international institutions, it’s a proper big city and god knows the Netherlands doesn’t have too much of those scattered around the country. And furthermore, it’s neatly in between cities as Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Leiden and Utrecht. Anything else?

Oh yeah, it can be really really pretty (The Beauty The Hague photo Kevin Coellner)

The ‘How to buy a house’ event in The Hague

So tons of reasons to be interested in buying a house in the Hague and the- what’s in a name-  ‘How to buy a house’ event on the 30th of September at 2 o’clock in the afternoon.

Right off the bat: DON’T WORRY IT’S COMPLETELY FREE (always good to hear that right?)

The good people of the ‘HTBAH’ event will get you all the information you need and there will also be ample time to ask your personal questions in a 1-on-1 setting with some A-list experts. Obviously, but still good to hear, all is done in English – which is good because ‘hypotheekrenteaftrekteruggave’ is both impossible to pronounce and understand in Dutch for most of you reading this.

It’s being held at the COMM museum, which by itself is a cool place to visit. And the extra good news about that is that there is even a nanny-service present to watch your little ones and you can freely visit the museum after the event.

You can register here 

The Housing Market of The Hague

You might need some help too nowadays when it comes to buying a House in The Hague. Not to frighten you, but gone are the days that The Hague was way cheaper than Amsterdam or Utrecht. Prices have been on the rise steadily throughout the city but there are still some neighborhoods in The Hague that are awesome and still affordable. So it definitely helps if you know where to look and for what exactly, just the kind of thing the ‘How to buy a house event’ on the 30th of September can help you with!

You can register here (tell them you came through us, in order for them to buy us a beer and kaasplankje)

 

Abuzer van Leeuwen 🇳🇱http://www.abuzervanleeuwen.nl
Founded DutchReview. Rotterdammer living in Leiden. Politics, innovation and epic food-reviews are his thing. Interested in doing anything with DutchReview? Contact him at abuzer[at]dutchreview.com

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