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Finding a place to live

Which neighbourhoods are popular for expats?

Should I buy or rent a house or apartment in the Netherlands?

What are the types of housing in the Netherlands?

What to expect when looking for a place to live?

I want to rent or buy a property. Can you advise me how to find one?

I need to find temporary accommodation for my family. Is it possible to find a short-term rental property in the Netherlands?

You can find short-term rentals with a minimum term of one week to a maximum of six months. They are nearly always fully furnished.

On arrival to the Netherlands, you need to register with the municipality. It is advisable to check with the landlord if he will allow you to register at this address. Otherwise, you can inquire with your employer if you can use their address for registration.

What is the difference between a short-stay apartment and a hotel room?