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All the basic information you need to find and rent a property in Brussels, and choose which neighbourhood to live in Brussels.
Belgium's house prices are lower than neighbouring countries, but high transaction costs can offset short-term benefits. Here's a guide to buying a house or an apartment in Belgium.
Living in Brussels is common, but there are many picturesque Belgian cities and communes to live in Belgium, such as Antwerp, Ghent, Tervuren or Waterloo.
Before you buy property in Belgium, find out the quirks of the Belgian property market to avoid any pitfalls. [Contributed by ING Belgium]
A guide on what to expect when moving to Belgium, and information on whether you should rent or buy a property in Belgium.
Find the best neighbourhood in Brussels for you to settle into your Belgian home, from the green areas of Uccle to the bustle of downtown Brussels.
Learn the difference between an 'appartement' and a 'flat', or a 'maison bourgeoise' and a 'maison de maître', with this glossary of Belgian housing terms.
Tenants generally have flexibility to renovate the house they rent in Belgium, which typically come unfurnished. Here's a guide to your rights when renting in Belgium.
Reduce the risk of legal pitfalls and bad property investments with this guide to buying property abroad.
Here are 10 practical tips for moving out of your apartment in Belgium, from terminating your lease to forwarding your post.
If you want to buy property abroad, read these 10 common mistakes made by real estate investors to avoid making similar costly mistakes.