According to HousingAnywhere’s Q4 2022 Rent Index, rental prices for all housing types (apartments, rooms and studios) are trending upwards. Average rent growth across all housing types was 17.1% year-on-year (rooms 17.25%, studios 18%, flats 16.25%), indicating that the imbalance between supply and demand has worsened again over the past year. increased in the Netherlands. Room rates in The Hague increased by 20%, the highest in the Netherlands last quarter.
Significant increase or decrease in rental prices in The Hague
The Hague saw the most fluctuations in prices for studios and rooms, with room prices up 20% and studio prices down 17% compared to the previous quarter. Utrecht, Amsterdam and Rotterdam also saw room rates increase in Q4 2022 compared to the previous quarter. This may indicate a shortage of supply. Notably, flat rents in Utrecht fell his 4% compared to the previous quarter after his 12.9% rise in the previous quarter. This made Utrecht the only city in the Netherlands where flat rents fell.
“The world is becoming more mobile, but the limited housing supply is not keeping up,” said Djordy Seelmann, CEO of HousingAnywhere. “Rents are rising faster than inflation. Students and young professionals are abandoning their dreams because there is no accommodation available in the cities they want to study. This may sound pessimistic, but it is. It doesn’t have to be, and when governments and local governments begin to recognize the role that “accessibility” and “accountability” can play, it will be a big step towards enabling people to live how and where they want. ”
https://www.thehagueonline.com/news/2023/01/05/rental-prices-in-the-hague-fluctuate-the-most-in-the-netherlands The Hague rental prices are the most volatile in the Netherlands