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Getting on the property ladder in Amsterdam
If you’re considering buying a house or apartment in Amsterdam, it is advised to first meet with a mortgage advisor at your bank or an agency. This will give you a realistic picture of what you can afford.
The choice of property is either freehold (eigen grond) or leasehold (erfpacht). Make sure to read up on housing rights. As a buyer/occupier you will not require a housing permit for an existing property, nor for a new build. However, if you are not occupying the property you have purchased, you may need a housing permit for your tenant. You are allowed to use your second home (pied-á-terre) for residential purposes, but not for holiday rentals, lodgings for free or (partial) office. In those cases it is considered as a hotel or office, which could lead to a fine.