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 – all at Expatica's “i am not a tourist” Expat Fair in Amsterdam on Sunday, 4 October 2015.
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.
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]
Foreigners can invest in buy-to-let property in the Netherlands, provided certain conditions are met.
What do historically low interest rates mean for you and how can you take advantage? [Contributed by Expat Mortgages]
House-hunting in the Netherlands? Here's a list of Dutch housing terms to help you find a room, apartment or house in the Netherlands, whether to rent or buy.
If you're searching for a new home, why not consider living on a boat? Roberta Cowan talks with 'live-aboard converts' about the advantages and disadvantages of life on the Dutch canals.
Buying a home in the Netherlands? Here's a step-by-step guide on how to secure a mortgage in the Netherlands.
Reduce the risk of legal pitfalls and bad property investments with this guide to buying property abroad.
Buying a home in the Netherlands? Real estate specialist Jaap Russchen spells out the tax advantages.
If you want to buy property abroad, read these 10 common mistakes made by real estate investors to avoid making similar costly mistakes.
Our criminal law expert advises a reader on how to deal with a neighbour who refuses to follow the 'house rules', and advises what general steps you can take to resolve the issue.