A new wave of Amsterdam housing agents is hoping to make their mark in a country where house prices are still skyrocketing, but are still largely unaffordable for many.
In some neighborhoods, the number of properties being sold has soared by a factor of more than 20 in the past year, according to agents at the house agent house agents brooks, which represents the industry in Belgium.
Bromley says the new wave is a direct result of the government’s housing policy, which has forced thousands of families to rent in the capital.
“It has led to an explosion in the number and type of properties that are available to us, and we are finding that we can make money selling them, rather than selling the ones we can’t,” says Bromley.
That’s because the government is subsidizing the sale of properties at a higher rate than other property owners, he says.
To reach that level, brokers must earn at least 1.8 million euros ($1.9 million) a year, while they also have to pay for the costs of running the agents’ offices.
The new wave has been spurred by the government-mandated “affordability bonus” for home buyers, which allows homeowners to get up to 3.7 percent more for their homes than their previous value.
But while many families are benefiting, the real winners are the developers, who get a steady stream of new housing developments.
Even though the new buyers are getting a discount, the owners of the properties that will sell next year will have to bear the extra cost of buying the properties they don’t need.
And the more houses the owners have to sell, the higher the price they will pay.
The new wave can be seen as a backlash against the government policies of the last few years.
According to Brom.
A, the government has been making it more difficult for young people to buy homes, and now is taking the same tack with younger people, as well.
That’s the problem, because it is very difficult for these young people not to find themselves living in a home they don´t want to live in, and to be able to afford to live there, Bromsays.
And the longer we wait to see whether this policy is sustainable, the more we have to go on making it harder for young families to buy a home, he said.
With a new wave in the works, Bohnert says it’s a good time to start thinking about the long-term impact of the policy on the country´s housing market.
It´s a problem that is growing exponentially and that is one of the reasons why this new wave exists, he argues.
While he believes that there is a need for more housing in Belgium, he also believes that the government needs to look at how to deal with the issue of affordability.
If you have one of these agents selling houses, how do you think that could change?
I am not convinced that the policy has been effective in that sense, he added.
Still, he believes the policy could be a catalyst for the industry to come back.
For example, he thinks that the current rental market is not sustainable for the long term.
If you can’t sell a house at the price that you have to, how can you expect to make money?
Bohnet says that many of the agents are offering to sell houses for between 2 and 6 million euros.
This is not going to change anytime soon, he adds.
What’s happening is that these properties that have been built by young people are being priced out of the market, and the government can’t solve that problem by simply giving them more and more money.
He argues that the new policy is going to have to change.
So what can you do?
Bosenboom says that the issue needs to be addressed with more housing and more development, because if there is one thing that everyone has in common, it is that housing is not affordable.
We have to stop making it worse for young, working families and middle-class people, he told reporters.
By getting out of this system, we can fix it.