If you are considering buying a second property in the Netherlands as an investment, there are several important things to think about. Buy-to-let mortgages in the Netherlands require a larger down payment – usually around 40% – and are subject to higher interest rates than traditional residential mortgages.
Your local authority may also have strict rules in place about who can rent your home, or if it can be rented out at all, whether short or long term.
Our financial advisors have lengthy experience in helping expats who are looking to buy property in the Netherlands as an investment. If you are considering entering the buy-to-let market in the Netherlands, get in touch and find out how we can help. Contact us