By Tom van Gurp Prices of owner-occupied homes have risen the fastest since 2013 in Haarlem, the Zaan region and the Amsterdam region. It involves increases of 130 percent in less than ten years. This is evident from figures from Statistics Netherlands. In large parts of Zeeland, the increase in ‘limited’ toddlers remained around 70 percent. In 2013 house prices were relatively low due to the financial crisis. But over the course of that year, prices started to rise again and that pattern continued last summer. In the intervening years, house prices doubled in many places, with the north of the Randstad and the Zaanstreek being the outliers. Prices in Zeeland and North Limburg rose the least, although it was still a plus of 70 percent. Remarkably, there was a turnaround in 2019. Before then, owner-occupied houses in the Randstad in particular became more expensive. After that, prices rose just outside the Randstad, with Delfzijl, Southwest Drenthe and Flevoland being the outliers. In those years, prices rose the least in Amsterdam. At the end of last summer, house prices started to fall again. Here, too, the change was strongest in the Amsterdam region. source
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