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Home letting in Hilversum 

Just like in the rest of the Gooi, the housing market in Hilversum is extremely popular, house prices have risen sharply and the demand for housing continues to increase. Due to the good connections with Amsterdam, Almere, Utrecht and Amersfoort, it is an ideal place for tenants to rent a home. In Hilversum, renting to expats is a good market due to the presence of various international (media) companies. Many expats want to live in Hilversum because of the multinationals present and the excellent connections with public transport and the highways to the larger cities. The Mediapark, Hilversum Central station, the Hilvertshof shopping center and the bustling center also ensure that Hilversum is popular with expats and local residents. Curious about the possible rental price for your home or investment property?

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Let to expats in Hilversum

Hilversum is home to several multinationals, such as the headquarters of Nike, MediaMonks, International Flavors & Fragrances, Sonos, NEP, United and Hunkemöller. There are also international primary and secondary schools. This ensures that many international highly educated employees are looking for temporary and indefinite housing in Hilversum and Het Gooi. Read more about the benefits of renting out to expats and some tips here.

Living in Hilversum

Hilversum offers beautiful nature, shopping opportunities, several sports clubs, restaurants and cultural institutions in the area. Next to Hilversum are the Loosdrechtse and Ankeveense Plassen, beautiful wetlands with opportunities for sailing and enjoying nature. The center of Hilversum has developed enormously in recent years and offers plenty of opportunity to sit on the terrace, eat in good restaurants or for extensive shopping.

Want to rent out a house or apartment in Hilversum? Please contact us for the possibilities or schedule a non-binding appointment with one of our rental specialists.


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How do I know if I need a parking permit for a property I want to buy or rent in Amsterdam?

When you are going to rent an apartment or house in Amsterdam, you often run into the fact that there is paid parking and a permit is required in order not to run into high costs. Via this link you can check with the Municipality of Amsterdam for the address where you can park and what the costs are. Would you like to know more about a parking permit for residents? Click here to enter the address you have in mind, then you will immediately see all the information; such as the waiting time and price of a parking permit.

Am I allowed to let my home when I have a mortgage on it?

Whether you can rent out your house, if you have a mortgage on it, can be found in the mortgage conditions of the bank or lender. Most conditions state that you may not rent out the owner-occupied home without the permission of the mortgage provider. The lender does not have to give permission for this, every lender handles this differently.

One option may be to convert your mortgage into a rental mortgage. With a rental mortgage you have explicit permission from the lender to rent out the house. It is best to inquire with a mortgage advisor for this.

Do I have to inform my insurance company when I start with home letting?

It is important to know whether you have coverage for, for example, your home insurance, in the case of renting out your house. That is why our advice is always to contact your insurance adviser or insurer to discuss the cover and, if necessary, to have a clause included that specifically states that there is also cover in a rented state.

What is a tenant screening with NEWCURB Real Estate Agency?

Screening (prospect) tenants is an important part of renting out your home. The better you screen potential (expat) tenants in advance, the smaller the chance of hassle afterwards. An extensive screening also helps as a barrier against people who want to rent a home under false pretenses.

NEWCURB makelaars assesses the candidate tenant on the basis of the following activities:

  • Testing in the BKR (credit registration bureau).
  • Review in the EDR (credit information bureau).
  • Identity check, test worldwide travel documents (passport or ID card) for authenticity, validity and in the missing / stolen database.
  • Expat check, a check in the international blacklists.
  • Request income data such as recent salary slips, including the bank statements of this salary, and an employer's statement.
  • Requesting a landlord's statement if now in a rental home. The landlord statement is a reference of the current landlord.
What are my responsibilities as a landlord for home maintenance?

Major maintenance is the responsibility of the landlord. You can think of replacing a central heating boiler, repairing window frames or painting the outer shell. The tenant is responsible for the daily minor maintenance, such as replacing a door handle or toilet seat.

Furnished or unfurnished letting?

A common question is whether furnished rental offers a better return than unfurnished rental. One of the advantages of furnished rental is that it can be very useful for expat tenants, since they can move into the house and do not have to buy furniture for a temporary rental period. In addition, the house can be rented out at a higher rent. If we look at the national average, this was approximately €2.50 per m2 for furnished homes in Q2 2021 than if you rented out the home unfurnished. (source: pararius)

Can I rent out to home sharers?

The rules for renting out your home to multiple tenants, also known as home sharers, differ per municipality. In the municipality of Amsterdam, a permit is required for room rental if you want to rent it out to three or more people who do not form a family. It is always important to inform the municipality about the rules regarding room rental.

What are service costs?

Here are some examples of service costs: Cleaning, caretaker, gas, water, electricity, depreciation of furniture, upholstery, glass insurance, etc. If you own an apartment, you pay owners Association costs, which you can partly pass on as service costs to a tenant.

Can I temporarily rent out a house?

Yes this is possible in various ways, in most cases this is done with a rental agreement for a definite period of time. Read more about temporary letting here.

What is the maximum rent increase in 2021?

Normally, the rent increase for a liberalized rental home (free sector) is not subject to a maximum. However, the government has decided for 2021 that there will be a maximum in connection with developments in the housing market, namely 1% plus inflation. This is from May 1, 2021 to May 1, 2024 and for 2021 (from May) this means a maximum increase of 2.4%.

What is a free sector (vrije sector) rental property?

A private sector rental home is a home that exceeds a rent of € 752.33 on the basis of the points system determined by the government. Free sector rental properties are via private landlords (investors) or housing associations. Rent allowance is not possible in most cases.

How do I determine the rent for my rental property?

You can determine the rent for a private sector home yourself, there are no upper or lower limits. In addition, tenants look at the available rental properties at real estate agents and specific rental agents and search online on various housing websites such as Pararius and Funda. In order to properly rent out a property, it is therefore important to see what the rental prices are in your area and region in order to make a good estimate.

1273 XC, Huizen
Stille verkoop
1251 VX, Laren (NH)
€ 1.850,- excl.
1211 JT, Hilversum
€ 1.165,- incl.
1406 KB, Bussum
€ 995,- excl.
1211 AR, Hilversum
€ 1.750,- excl.
1218 GW, Hilversumse Meent
€ 1.500,- excl.
1211 CB, Hilversum
€ 1.195,- incl.
1402 CW, Bussum
€ 2.750,- excl.