Average percentage change on previous year of rent increase including and excluding rent harmonization in the Netherlands in 2017, by type of rental

Average rent increase in the Netherlands in 2017, by type of rental This statistic displays the average percentage change on previous year of rent increase including and excluding rent harmonization in the Netherlands in 2016, by type of rental. Rent harmonization means rent increase may exceed the maximum increased valid for that year when a dwelling changes tenancy. This new increase can be applied at any moment in time and is not connected to the annual rent increase on July 1st in the Netherlands. The rent after harmonization however, may not exceed the maximum rent based on the Ministry of Interior and Kingdom Relations' Rent Point System. It shows that in 2016 the average rent, rent harmonization included, in the Netherlands increased by 1.9 percent when compared to 2015. In the second quarter of 2017, the average housing rent in the Netherlands increased to reach a value of 14,85 euros per square meter whilst the average rent in the city of Amsterdam reached a value of approximately 22.28 euros per square meter. The European housing, or residential real estate, market has recently shown clear signs of recovery, with an increasing house price being the main trend.
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Type of rentalRent increase incl. rent harmonizationRent increase excl. rent harmonization
Total1.6%1.2%
Liberalized rental2.3%1.7%
Social rental1.1%0.6%
Other rental2.5%2.3%
Type of rentalRent increase incl. rent harmonizationRent increase excl. rent harmonization
Total1.6%1.2%
Liberalized rental2.3%1.7%
Social rental1.1%0.6%
Other rental2.5%2.3%
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This statistic displays the average percentage change on previous year of rent increase including and excluding rent harmonization in the Netherlands in 2016, by type of rental. Rent harmonization means rent increase may exceed the maximum increased valid for that year when a dwelling changes tenancy. This new increase can be applied at any moment in time and is not connected to the annual rent increase on July 1st in the Netherlands. The rent after harmonization however, may not exceed the maximum rent based on the Ministry of Interior and Kingdom Relations' Rent Point System. It shows that in 2016 the average rent, rent harmonization included, in the Netherlands increased by 1.9 percent when compared to 2015. In the second quarter of 2017, the average housing rent in the Netherlands increased to reach a value of 14,85 euros per square meter whilst the average rent in the city of Amsterdam reached a value of approximately 22.28 euros per square meter. The European housing, or residential real estate, market has recently shown clear signs of recovery, with an increasing house price being the main trend.
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Release date
September 2017
Region
Netherlands
Survey time period
2017
Supplementary notes
According the source, the liberalized rental market is: "homes with a rent above the deregulation threshold (2015; 710.68 euro per month); also the limit for housing allowance. These houses belong to the 'private sector'. It has an owner more freedom in determining the rent and the rent increase. The points system for rental housing and maximum rents are not applicable."

The social rental market is described as: "rental by authorised institutions, government and non-commercial organisations.

Authorised institutions: housing associations, subsidised and non-subsidised rental housing organisations and housing corporations.

Government: all government institutions such as universities and municipal housing companies.

Non-commercial organisations: all non-profit organisations, including foundations which are not subsidised or non-subsidised rental housing organisations."

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