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Year-on-year change in residential property sold in the Netherlands 1996-2020

The Dutch housing market did not decline during the COVID-19 quarantine, instead seeing a surge in houses sold. In December 2020, the number of sold residential property increased with approximately 16.1 percent when compared to the same period the year before. Before the coronavirus hit, real estate prices were expected to increase with four percent as a high number of sales, combined with an increasingly scarce supply, were expected to push the housing price up. Now, the forecasts for 2021 predict prices will decrease.

Percentage change on previous year of sold residential property in the Netherlands from January 1996 to December 2020

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Release date

January 2021



Survey time period

January 1995 to December 2020

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