Arriving as a new expat in the Netherlands comes with a host of challenges. Fresh arrivals will need a BSN number, permanent address, bank account, and a job.
Over the past few months, house prices in the Netherlands grew faster than at any time in the past 20 years.
Moving on to the next chapter can be a time of mixed emotions. Sure, leaving any place where you’ve settled, made great friends, and integrated into the culture is always hard and sad, but the Netherlands… that’s a tough one.
If you’re looking at buying a property in The Netherlands, having a mortgage is pretty much essential, unless you happen to have several hundred thousand euros sitting around in your bank account.
The first legally inhabitable property in the continent created with 3D technology has welcomed its first tenants.
With the recent popularity of Hygge and Marie Kondo, it has since become quite the trend to take a closer look at the interiors of how our homes look.
Are you on the hunt for one-of-a-kind furniture? Unique pieces to transform your space but won’t break the bank?
Maybe you have an important appointment, but your child can’t come with you? You and your partner both work and need someone to fill in when you can’t get out of the office on time?
Gas and electricity can be expensive in the Netherlands, adding to the already high cost of living. Depending on the household, expats can expect to pay between €120-€150 per month.
Moving is a mess, whether you are studying abroad in the Netherlands or you are relocating for a job. The act of relocation is a central part of an expat’s life that needs to be taken seriously. There are deadlines to catch, boxes to fill, belongings to sort, planes and trains to catch and other…