Why is that? The Netherlands is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. The CBS (Central Statistics Netherlands) has calculated that the number of inhabitants shall continue to increase until 2040 while the number of people per household shall decrease.
You read and hear in the media that more and more land will be required in the coming years for new residential areas and for infrastructure. An increase in the number of inhabitants also means an increase of industrial and recreational areas.
Various parties are therefore constantly looking for suitable locations for expansion. REA Real-estate has strategically located land within expansion locations such as Amsterdam North, Amsterdam Landsmeer, Breda, Leidschendam-Voorburg, Eibergen and many other beautiful locations in the Netherlands.
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Private individuals and investment advisers have discovered land as an investment product. With the current low interest rates, you are only suffering losses if you just leave your money in the bank. People have therefore been investing more and more in 3 specific items (gold, commodities and land). With gold there is a risk of an enormous price correction once the crisis is over.
A disadvantage of investing in land is that your money is tied up for a number of years without any intermediate return. Investing in land requires patience and time. Therefore we shall always discuss with you whether there is sufficient financial room to tie up part of your assets for an indefinite period. If there are doubts then we will not work with you.
We should point out to you that from a legal point of view, all land transactions in the Netherlands are at the expense and risk of the buyer.