The housing market in the Netherlands, especially in cities and urban areas, is under enormous pressure from price increases, supply shortage and a mismatch between supply and demand. Particularly for middle-income earners, who are increasingly renting rather than buying, affordable rental housing is becoming more and more difficult to obtain. After all, they have no access to social housing via housing corporations because of income conditions. At the same time, the market for sales properties is difficult to attain for them due to sharply increased property prices and stricter financing requirements.
For GREEN Real Estate, the housing market is the particular sector to make a good return while creating places where connection and encounters are key. We achieve this with future-proof and valuable investments, for our tenants and for ourselves. Whether this concerns new-build homes or, for example, homes in outdated city districts that we transform into easily accessible lively areas where functions such as living, working and relaxing are combined. A good example is ‘Het Havenhuys’ in Alphen aan den Rijn.