Airbnb rentals are shaking up the non-rental housing industry
New tenants of properties outside the rent-controlled sector are paying an average of 10% more for their accommodation than they would have done earlier this year, the NVM Real Estate Association said on Wednesday.
The average rent for a new “free sector” contract is now just over € 13 per square meter, or € 1,142, NVM said.
However, there are strong regional variations. In Amsterdam, for example, new tenants will pay more than € 20 for a non-rent-controlled area property, an increase of just 1.1% from last year, NVM said.
In Arnhem, The Hague and Amstelveen, rents increased by around 10% year-on-year, but in Utrecht, the increase reached 30%.
NVM’s figures clash with those provided by rental housing platform Pararius, which said last month that rents agreed between landlords and tenants for new contracts in the non-rental sector had fallen for the first time. in six years.
The average price per square meter paid by a new tenant fell 0.4% in the third quarter, to an average of 16.56 million euros, Pararius said.
The biggest drop was recorded in Eindhoven, where new rents are down by just over 7%, bringing the price of a 60 square meter apartment to € 824.40. In Amsterdam, new tenants are paying an average of € 1,325.40 for the same size, down almost 6% in the second quarter, Pararius said.
NVM attributed the difference in numbers to the inclusion of more expensive furnished properties, as owners are forced to leave Airbnb both by the new rules and the lack of tourists.
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