More social housing loan in Amsterdam

  There will be more social rental housing in Amsterdam. That is what the Amsterdam housing corporations decided. That’s why they can also borrow more money . This is good news for people who can not yet buy a house and are therefore dependent on affordable rental properties. Incidentally, some 2,400 social rented homes are […]

Less loan payment problems among Dutch people

Not only the Dutch Government has its affairs in order again. The Dutch consumer is clearly above the credit crisis again. As we mentioned in a previous article, the economy grew by no less than 2.5% in the second quarter of 2017. The number of unemployed people is also decreasing. Add to that the recovering […]

Buy by installment loan

  Buying on installments is in fact a loan that you will pay off at a later date. You buy a product and you have access to it directly. You pay back the costs of this in a number of installments. Buying on installments can sometimes be useful, but it is an expensive form of […]

According to the banks, there is still excessive loaning

According to the AFM (Authority for the Financial Markets), consumer loan is still excessive and that is the responsibility of consumer loan providers. The AFM came to this conclusion after taking measurements for the Customer interest Dashboard. Providers of loans must, according to the AFM, also come up with better solutions for customers who suffer […]

WOZ value up. Largest rise in loan Amsterdam

  And again the WOZ loan value has increased. In 2016, the average WOZ loan value of homes also rose. Statistics Netherlands states that the WOZ loan value on January 1, 2017 was on average 216,000 euros. Compared to last year, this is a considerable increase of 3.3%. WOZ loan value in Amsterdam is rising […]

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