Discover how to save time and money, by managing your finances and overseas transactions with ease.
Learning Dutch, finding a house, experiencing Dutch culture, making connections, solving immigration and tax issues, and finding employment – all at the “i am not a tourist” Expat Fair for Internationals in Amsterdam on Sunday, 2 October 2016.
Foreigners can freely buy a house in the Netherlands, but you should know the quirks of the Dutch housing market before buying your home in the Netherlands.
If you're moving Amsterdam, discover which Amsterdam districts will suit your housing needs while living in Amsterdam.
Looking to rent an apartment or house in the Netherlands? Read about the quirks of the Dutch rental market to avoid any renting pitfalls.
Meet with housing and relocation providers and find your perfect home in the Netherlands.
You're a new expat in the Netherlands and now you want to make it your home. Should you buy or rent a property? Find out which is a smarter move with these 10 tips to watch out for.
If you plan to buy a house, don't fall on the first hurdle of arranging your mortgage. This guide answer FAQs on mortgages, interest rates and calculating how much you can borrow.
With record-low mortgage interest rates, how can you make a decision whether remortgaging would benefit you? [Contributed by Expat Mortgages]
Rotterdam is a booming city in the Netherlands undergoing continual development, with a growing expat population, multicultural vibe and and a strong city identity of progress.
Buying a home in the Netherlands? Here's a step-by-step guide on how to secure a mortgage in the Netherlands.
Planning a long-term stay in the heart of Belgium's cosmopolitan and historic capital? Choose the Citadines Toison d’Or Brussels apart’hotel and get five-star luxuries with the comfort of home living. [Contributed by Citadines]
The Dutch government continues to reduce benefits offered to home buyers, but market predictions and low interest rates show Dutch housing is still hot property in 2016.
Find the best places to live in Maastricht, the capital city in the southern province of Limburg which offers some of the top sites in the Netherlands.
Den Haag is the third most populated Dutch city, and has a lively expat population due to a hoard of international organisations, schools and embassies.
Utrecht is one of the most attractive places to live in the Netherlands, offering big city amenities, a medieval centre and proximity to the Dutch countryside.