Open House Day 2018

couple laptop mortgage adviceComing Saturday, April 7th , the semi-annual NVM Open House Day is organized. This is an event where approximately 25% of the total housing market in the Netherlands participates in. Between 11.00 a.m. and 15.00 p.m. you can freely and without an appointment visit properties that participate in this event. This is a great opportunity to orientate on the housing market in the Netherlands and perhaps find the house of your dreams.

On Funda.nl/en/ you can see a list of properties that participate in the Open House Day this Saturday. Because it can take some time to find interesting properties, it may be wise to plan a route beforehand. The nice thing about the Open House Day is that you don’t have to make an appointment to see a property, and everything is of course non-committal.

Some practical tips for the day

Here you’ll find some practical tips for the day itself. The Open House Day is the ideal opportunity to look at properties that maybe are not on the top of your wish list and therefore don’t want to take time off on a regular working day to see that property. Plan to visit about 3 to 5 houses, so that you have enough time per visit. Additionally, when you visit a house that you don’t like, do not hesitate to leave immediately. This saves you and the resident some valuable time.

Also, it’s a good idea to already take a look at the neighborhood before going to the properties to save some more time on the day itself. When you are buying a property on your own, bringing someone with you can help make the right choices. Two pair of eyes see more than one! Moreover, having a clear list consisting of your personal wishes regarding a house is practical to have.

Lastly, getting a picture of how much you can borrow and consequently how much you can offer on a house is good to know. Call us on 020 – 465 19 51 or fill out the contact form on our website for a first introductory meeting to discuss your possibilities.

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