Discover how to save time and money, by managing your finances and overseas transactions with ease.
Rotterdam is a dynamic booming city in the Netherlands undergoing continual development, with a growing expat population and multicultural vibe.
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.
Learning Dutch, finding a house, experiencing Dutch culture, making connections, solving immigration and tax issues – all at Expatica's “i am not a tourist” Expat Fair in Amsterdam on Sunday, 4 October 2015.
Low mortgage interests, decreasing house prices and increasing rent are all important factors when making a decision about whether to buy or rent. [Contributed by ABN AMRO]
There is a growing awareness of mortgage debt which lead homeowners to increasingly choose to make extra repayments on their mortgage, but is this the smart thing to do? [Contributed by ABN AMRO]
Finding somewhere to live is one of the main concerns of expats when they arrive in the Netherlands. [Contributed by ABN AMRO]
What do historically low interest rates mean for you and how can you take advantage? [Contributed by Expat Mortgages]
Greenchoice explains why it's better not to leave your mark as an expat, and instead helps you make the greenest choice when it comes to your energy provider. [Contributed by Greenchoice]
From quiet suburbs to vibrant central suburbs, this guide will help you find a home in Amsterdam in your ideal neighbourhood in the Dutch capital.
Renting a short stay beach villa is a welcome option in comparison to hotel rooms and cold serviced apartment solutions. [Contributed by Strandvillas]
Excellent transport links mean that living outside of Amsterdam and commuting daily is a viable option, opening up your options for finding a Dutch property.
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.
Eindhoven was dubbed the smartest in the world in recent years but also has loads of cultural, sporting and shopping appeal - as many expats have discovered.