Total number of houses sold in the Netherlands from 1995 to 2017, by province

Total number of houses sold in the Netherlands 1995-2017, by province This statistic shows the total number of houses sold in the Netherlands from 1995 to 2017, by province. In 2016, the total number of houses sold in the Netherlands more than 241,000, of which approximately 19,000 were sold in the province of Utrecht. The European housing, or residential real estate, market has recently shown clear signs of recovery, with an increasing house price being the main trend. In recent years, the housing market has continued to rise in the Netherlands due to low mortgage rates, a recovering economy and a high level of consumer confidence. For example, the average selling price of houses was higher in 2016 than in 2013, when prices reached a low point.

In 2018, real estate prices are expected to increase with six percent as a high number of sales, combined with an increasingly scarce supply, are expected to push the housing price up. In the four largest municipalities, the demand of housing outweighs the supply. In December 2016, the average number of houses for sale in the municipality of Amsterdam was approximately 1,800 with this number reaching an average of 4,300 in December 2014.
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GroningenFrieslandDrentheOverijsselFlevolandGelderlandUtrechtNoord-HollandZuid-HollandZeelandNoord-BrabantLimburg
2017 7,2978,9777,52115,4706,42628,43318,68839,84952,1985,99736,32914,675
2016 6,4357,5906,12213,0975,16523,91018,29039,44346,5125,10630,76212,361
2015 5,4206,2775,01110,4624,02019,08815,40035,37837,4984,26725,30410,168
2014 4,7485,4434,2089,1713,36716,47713,26430,22531,2693,99822,2869,055
2013 3,5903,8783,2646,8402,50812,0608,64220,35823,1163,19315,6836,962
2012 3,7224,0313,3857,8432,56412,7529,50421,01024,9173,39216,5837,558
2011 4,0934,3653,4467,5422,57613,0029,97822,02526,3283,31116,6977,376
2010 4,3474,7203,6637,8202,69913,88010,27322,69027,7933,25417,3307,658
2009 4,4034,6343,7437,8533,05613,82010,11322,16629,3823,25917,1877,916
2008 5,9936,6675,41011,2664,68019,74915,11631,16740,9334,61026,02310,778
2007 6,8507,7525,67612,2245,23321,96115,90134,21745,7095,13329,29412,451
2006 7,0528,1546,19612,7295,50723,47916,75635,12746,1315,26630,55812,812
2005 6,8377,9786,15012,8435,18523,04816,23034,23946,1715,38329,67112,894
2004 6,6687,7055,63612,0065,00521,10014,96431,06543,7414,82726,86712,357
2003 6,7037,9925,80512,4185,64221,57214,72428,83144,7104,82327,41012,776
2002 6,9017,8746,13312,5996,14421,57915,30629,45246,3214,94028,25312,884
2001 6,8507,9636,11011,9036,59321,23815,48728,49944,6895,25628,38712,762
2000 6,8717,5766,58311,0355,78620,29915,35327,77343,0795,13128,00211,870
1999 7,9438,5857,02813,1486,81422,65115,80628,18745,4175,77629,94013,243
1998 6,9717,5376,77812,2426,32720,74314,76625,94045,7065,07928,33712,196
1997 6,7807,6666,97611,9574,92120,82415,12726,01540,8605,14727,50611,855
1996 6,7217,6435,94811,6314,06619,46714,89623,97539,9574,52625,93510,986
1995 5,5126,8565,0709,5862,73717,36612,33022,04736,0983,96823,5029,496
GroningenFrieslandDrentheOverijsselFlevolandGelderlandUtrechtNoord-HollandZuid-HollandZeelandNoord-BrabantLimburg
2017 7,2978,9777,52115,4706,42628,43318,68839,84952,1985,99736,32914,675
2016 6,4357,5906,12213,0975,16523,91018,29039,44346,5125,10630,76212,361
2015 5,4206,2775,01110,4624,02019,08815,40035,37837,4984,26725,30410,168
2014 4,7485,4434,2089,1713,36716,47713,26430,22531,2693,99822,2869,055
2013 3,5903,8783,2646,8402,50812,0608,64220,35823,1163,19315,6836,962
2012 3,7224,0313,3857,8432,56412,7529,50421,01024,9173,39216,5837,558
2011 4,0934,3653,4467,5422,57613,0029,97822,02526,3283,31116,6977,376
2010 4,3474,7203,6637,8202,69913,88010,27322,69027,7933,25417,3307,658
2009 4,4034,6343,7437,8533,05613,82010,11322,16629,3823,25917,1877,916
2008 5,9936,6675,41011,2664,68019,74915,11631,16740,9334,61026,02310,778
2007 6,8507,7525,67612,2245,23321,96115,90134,21745,7095,13329,29412,451
2006 7,0528,1546,19612,7295,50723,47916,75635,12746,1315,26630,55812,812
2005 6,8377,9786,15012,8435,18523,04816,23034,23946,1715,38329,67112,894
2004 6,6687,7055,63612,0065,00521,10014,96431,06543,7414,82726,86712,357
2003 6,7037,9925,80512,4185,64221,57214,72428,83144,7104,82327,41012,776
2002 6,9017,8746,13312,5996,14421,57915,30629,45246,3214,94028,25312,884
2001 6,8507,9636,11011,9036,59321,23815,48728,49944,6895,25628,38712,762
2000 6,8717,5766,58311,0355,78620,29915,35327,77343,0795,13128,00211,870
1999 7,9438,5857,02813,1486,81422,65115,80628,18745,4175,77629,94013,243
1998 6,9717,5376,77812,2426,32720,74314,76625,94045,7065,07928,33712,196
1997 6,7807,6666,97611,9574,92120,82415,12726,01540,8605,14727,50611,855
1996 6,7217,6435,94811,6314,06619,46714,89623,97539,9574,52625,93510,986
1995 5,5126,8565,0709,5862,73717,36612,33022,04736,0983,96823,5029,496
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This statistic shows the total number of houses sold in the Netherlands from 1995 to 2017, by province. In 2016, the total number of houses sold in the Netherlands more than 241,000, of which approximately 19,000 were sold in the province of Utrecht. The European housing, or residential real estate, market has recently shown clear signs of recovery, with an increasing house price being the main trend. In recent years, the housing market has continued to rise in the Netherlands due to low mortgage rates, a recovering economy and a high level of consumer confidence. For example, the average selling price of houses was higher in 2016 than in 2013, when prices reached a low point.

In 2018, real estate prices are expected to increase with six percent as a high number of sales, combined with an increasingly scarce supply, are expected to push the housing price up. In the four largest municipalities, the demand of housing outweighs the supply. In December 2016, the average number of houses for sale in the municipality of Amsterdam was approximately 1,800 with this number reaching an average of 4,300 in December 2014.
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Release date
January 2018
Region
Netherlands
Survey time period
1995 to 2017
Supplementary notes
The number of houses sold in the Netherlands consist of purchases of a house registered at the Dutch Cadastre (Kadaster).

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