Housing

Published: 
16 January 2014
Modified: 
21 July 2014

There are many options to choose from when looking for accommodation in The Hague region. Renting or buying, a house or an apartment. Here you will find some general information and websites to help you find accommodation.

When choosing your future home, you should consider its distance from your workplace, public transport connections and (if applicable) your children's school. It is advisable to seek expert advice on financial and legal aspects if you are buying property.

If you are renting, it is recommended that you use a recognised real estate agent (makelaar) in order to avoid any mishaps or contractual problems.

On the ACCESS website you find useful information on types of housing, cost of housing, information on renting and buying, the most important resources and two guides (ACCESS guide and Housing for internationals in the Greater the Hague Region).

On CheckNL you will find Housing FAQ's and you can look up different Housing Services (Housing general, real estate agencies and relocation companies) here.

Delft

The municipality of Delft offers information such as homes to rent, homes to buy and living in Delft (describes 8 districts).

Den Haag (The Hague)

The Hague has 44 neighbourhoods and eight city districts. You can find more information on properties or get an idea of what the districts look like on the website Den Haag Woonstad (Google translate may help in basic understanding).

For information about the area including links to neighbourhood websites in The Hague, please visit Links in and around the city.

 

Published: 
16 January 2014
Modified: 
21 July 2014