Friday, 14 March 2014 - 14:37
Fewer million euro homes in NL
Researchers from Calcasa claim that there are less houses worth more than €1 million than last year. Now, there are 31,000 million euro homes in the Netherlands. That's almost 2000 less than last year. The research also claims that Aerdenhout-Zuid is the most expensive neighborhood in the country. Buying a house there will set you back on average €1.93 million. Above all that, only one percent of all homes in the area are worth less than one million. The street with the most million euro homes is in Amsterdam. The Keizerschracht has 205 houses that cost at least one million euro. In the region of 't Gooi and de Vechtstreek is losing expensive homes the quickest. Last year, there were still 4,200 million euro homes in that area. Now, there are only 3,770. Still, the region is the winner in terms of expensive homes. Almost six percent of the homes in 't Gooi and de Vechtstreek are worth at least one million euro.