Are you planning to buy a property? There is a good chance that we can help you! Below is a brief overview about buying through Amstel Housing, and at the bottom more and extensive information …
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Yes! Congratulations on your new house!
You can find our offer of houses for sale on the Amstel Housing website, and of course also on Funda etc. The offer varies regularly, so if you are looking for a house, please check our website or submit your search profile through the free registration.
Can't find what you're looking for, and you want to look further in this hectic housing market?
It's an important and emotional decision when you're going to buy a house. This only happens a few times in your life.
Amstel Housing searches and thinks along with you and provides tailored advice. If you choose Amstel Housing, it means choosing quality, customer friendliness and flexibility.
Contact the office of the region in which you are looking, and ask for information and if you want, a free, no-obligation intake interview.
The purchase broker of Amstel Housing guides you through the entire process, from the search and the viewing of the house, and the transfer at the notary.
After selecting the properties that match your search profile, we will visit the selected properties together with you. We will then, and afterwards, look at certain aspects for you, such as:
Amstel Housing quickly finds out the necessary data and takes this into account in the purchase advice and negotiations.
During the negotiations, it is crucial to have a good bidding strategy and to come up with the best opening bid. After acceptance of the final offer, the agreements are laid down in a purchase agreement. Of course, we will guide you through this and scan all the necessary documents for you.
On the agreed date of transfer, the house is first inspected and the meter readings are taken. Amstel Housing has already checked the notarial documents.
From this point on, the deed of transfer (transfer of ownership) must be signed at the notary's office. Afterwards, you will be registered as the new owner in the Land Registry. You will now get the keys handed over, congratulations on your new home!