Credit raiting agency Moody's believes that home prices in the Netherlands will shoot up 5 percent this year, according to a report published on Wednesday. The agency attributes the price increase to both the recovering economy and a shortage in housing supply in certain parts of the market.
Rating agency Fitch reaffirmed the Netherlands AAA rating on Friday on signs the country’s economy is recovering. The agency predicts GDP growth of 1.2 percent for 2015.
Investment rating agency Moody’s released positive statements about the Netherlands, suggesting the firm will reaffirm its triple-A rating of the nation. Analysts pointed to healthier finances in the kingdom, and reduced investment risk there.