Housing prices change in the four largest municipalities in the Netherlands 2013-2017

Percentage change on previous year in the four largest municipalities in the Netherlands from 4th quarter 2013 to 4th quarter 2017

Housing prices change in the four largest municipalities in the Netherlands 2013-2017 This statistic shows the percentage change on the previous year in the four largest municipalities in the Netherlands from the fourth quarter of 2013 to the fourth quarter of 2017. In the fourth quarter of 2017, housing prices in the municipality of Amsterdam increased with approximately 13.4 percent compared to the same period in the previous year. 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 number of registered transactions reached a value of approximately 215,000 in 2016 and the average selling price of houses was higher than in 2013, when prices reached a low point. In 2018, real estate prices are expected to increase with five percent as a high number of sales, combined with an increasingly scarce supply, are expected to push the housing price up.
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Percentage change on previous year in the four largest municipalities in the Netherlands from 4th quarter 2013 to 4th quarter 2017

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AmsterdamThe HagueRotterdamUtrecht
Q4 2013-2.6%-2.5%-3%-1.7%
Q1 20142.6%1.7%-0.2%-0.7%
Q2 20143.5%1.6%4.1%3.1%
Q3 20146.2%2.8%1%3.2%
Q4 20148.3%3.7%1.5%3.9%
Q1 201510%2.5%3.9%6.9%
Q2 20158.1%4.3%3.3%5.3%
Q3 20159.9%4.1%5%7.3%
Q4 201511%5%5.4%7.2%
Q1 201610.7%7%5%7.7%
Q2 201614.7%8%5.7%9.8%
Q3 201614.2%8.4%7.5%9.8%
Q4 201614.4%9.6%10.3%11.9%
Q1 201715.6%10.8%11.4%12.5%
Q2 201713.4%10.5%13.4%12.4%
Q3 201713.8%11.6%13.5%11.5%
Q4 201713.4%11.6%13.4%11.4%
AmsterdamThe HagueRotterdamUtrecht
Q4 2013-2.6%-2.5%-3%-1.7%
Q1 20142.6%1.7%-0.2%-0.7%
Q2 20143.5%1.6%4.1%3.1%
Q3 20146.2%2.8%1%3.2%
Q4 20148.3%3.7%1.5%3.9%
Q1 201510%2.5%3.9%6.9%
Q2 20158.1%4.3%3.3%5.3%
Q3 20159.9%4.1%5%7.3%
Q4 201511%5%5.4%7.2%
Q1 201610.7%7%5%7.7%
Q2 201614.7%8%5.7%9.8%
Q3 201614.2%8.4%7.5%9.8%
Q4 201614.4%9.6%10.3%11.9%
Q1 201715.6%10.8%11.4%12.5%
Q2 201713.4%10.5%13.4%12.4%
Q3 201713.8%11.6%13.5%11.5%
Q4 201713.4%11.6%13.4%11.4%
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This statistic shows the percentage change on the previous year in the four largest municipalities in the Netherlands from the fourth quarter of 2013 to the fourth quarter of 2017. In the fourth quarter of 2017, housing prices in the municipality of Amsterdam increased with approximately 13.4 percent compared to the same period in the previous year. 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 number of registered transactions reached a value of approximately 215,000 in 2016 and the average selling price of houses was higher than in 2013, when prices reached a low point. In 2018, real estate prices are expected to increase with five percent as a high number of sales, combined with an increasingly scarce supply, are expected to push the housing price up.
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