Amsterdam Housing Market Has Left the Crisis Behind: ChartBy
House prices in Amsterdam exceeded 2008’s peak in the first quarter. The prices show “the tense situation in the housing market in the capital of the Netherlands: too few new houses come on the market. The market is literally boiling dry,” according to Ger Hukker, who spoke as chairman of the NVM realtor association before resigning earlier this month. Amsterdam is also leaving the rest of the country in its dust: The average Dutch house is still 15 percent cheaper than peak prices.
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