Services

Our PROCEDURE

Sourcing

  • Consultation
  • Submitting the documents
  • Sign our agreement
  • Scheduling the viewing(s)
  • Drafting and sending rental agreement
  • Inspection & check-in

Renting

  • Consultation
  • Visit
  • Determine price & discuss conditions
  • Sign our agreement
  • Making the property presentable (taking professional photos etc.)
  • Publish the property on the market
  • Schedule viewings with potential tenants
  • Screen potential tenant(s)
  • Draw up rental agreement
  • Inspection & check-in

Buying

  • Consultation
  • Make an inventory of your wishes
  • Sign our agreement
  • Schedule viewings
  • Placing a bid etc.
  • Valuation report
  • Architectural inspection
  • Schedule notarial deed at notary
  • Inspection & closing

Selling

  • Consultation
  • Visit proper & discuss marketing
  • Determine the price
  • Sign our agreement
  • Making the property presentable (take professional photo’s etc.)
  • Publish the property on the market
  • Schedule viewings
  • Conduct negotiations
  • Accept offer & closing at notary

Frequently Asked Questions

General questions

Yes, we work together with a team of interior designers and stylists. 

Contact us to discuss the options.

Yes, if you meet the income requirements.

Only 50% of the second income is included.

Yes it is.

Yes, this is possible in consultation.

Yes, if the parents meet the income requirement of 3.5 times the rent.

No, because we are only active in the private sector market.

Property sourcing

We schedule 2 to 5 viewings. The exact number depends on the status of the housing market when we start your search. We aim to have found your ideal property within ±3 viewings.

No, we only accept assignments for houses with a basic rent of at least €1350 because we believe that we will not be able to find you an acceptable house in Amsterdam with a lower rent.

Yes, if they live in the Netherlands and if their gross income is at least 3.5 times as high as the rental amount.

The rental agreements apply for a minimum of 12 months unless stated otherwise in the description.

To be eligible for one of the properties offered, you must submit the following documents:

  • Copy of your identity document (passport or ID card)
  • Employer’s statement (max. 1 month old)
  • 3 recent payslips
  • Bank statements of salary to the bank account 
  • Copy of bank card of the account to which the salary is deposited
  • Landlord statement or mortgage statement
  • Extract from the population register

If this is stated in the object’s description, it is allowed.

We strive to help every customer within 2 weeks. However, the amount of time we need depends on the market. Moreover, every client requires a different approach, which means that we cannot guarantee a specific time.

If several candidates are interested in a home, the decision lies with the owner.

Yes, we need the following documents:

  • Copy of identification (passport or ID card)
  • IB declaration
  • Extract from Chamber of Commerce (max. 3 months old)
  • Auditor’s report
  • If you are on the payroll: a recent payslip, including a bank statement of payment of the salary to the bank account
  • Copy of bank card of the account to which the salary is deposited
  • Landlord statement or mortgage statement
  • Extract from the population register

Two individuals can share a property if this is allowed by the owner.

Most of the properties a gross income that is 3 times as high as the rental amount.

Renting

Before we send our professional photographer, we ask you to make the house presentable. This means that the house has to be clean and that loose objects as well as personal items and/or photos need to be out of sight.

It will take 2 weeks maybe earlier depending on the market.

We let properties in and around Amsterdam.

Our service comes with professional photos. This means that we hire a professional photographer to take photos of the property.

We can arrange this if this is what you want. We expect to find a tenant after max. 2 open-house moments.

BUYING

Yes, this is certainly possible. Contact us to discuss the options.

“Buyer costs” (k.k.) means that the buyer pays the costs for the transfer of the property. The buyer costs amount to approximately 7% of the purchase price. Buyer costs include the following costs:

  • Realtor’s fee
  • Mortgage costs
  • Valuation report costs
  • Inspection report costs
  • Notary fees for the preparation of the mortgage deed and deed of delivery
  • Land registry fees for registering the mortgage deed and deed of delivery
  • Property transfer tax 2%

No, we do not do this ourselves, but we do work with a third party who provides this service. We are happy to refer you to our partner.

0.7% to 2% depending on the service you need from us.

When you receive a pre-approval from the bank. If you do not know how much you can borrow, we can refer you to our partners. We can also accompany you to this appointment.

So that we can search specifically within your budget.

You pay us when you sign the last deed and the deal is closed through the notary.

No, this is not possible. You have to pay the costs yourself.

SELLING

Before we send our professional photographer, we ask you to make the house presentable. This means that the house has to be clean and that loose objects as well as personal items and/or photos need to be out of sight.

From the moment we put the property on the market until we receive the first bid, which could be two weeks or earlier. This depends on the housing market.

Yes, if you are authorized by that person.

We sell properties in and around Amsterdam.

Our service comes with professional photos. This means that we hire a professional photographer to take photos of the property.

We can arrange this if this is what you want. We expect to have found a buyer after max. 2 open-house moments.