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Expat Housing Seminar

Join the Expat Housing Seminar to learn about the advantages of buying a home in the Netherlands.


Buying a house can be a complex process, especially if you’re doing it for the first time and in a foreign country. A different country comes with different customs, laws and regulations, and having to cope with a foreign language can make things even more daunting.


On Monday, April 11, four experts will guide you through the process of buying a property so you can make a decision about owning your own home.


Expat Mortgages, Mie-Lan Kok Estate Agency, Orange Tax Services and Buma Alegra Civil Law Notaries are organizing the Expat Housing Seminar which will take place at Sociëteit Vereeniging in Haarlem (Zijlweg 1).


Note that even though this is a free event, the number of attendees is limited to 40. To register, please visit and click on the sign-up tab.



18:30              Registration, welcome drinks and snacks.

19:00              Henk Jansen will outline the rules for taking out a loan (mortgage) for your residential home in the  Netherlands.

19:15              Mie-Lan Kok will explain how the house hunting process works in the Netherlands and how an estate  agent can save you money.

19:30              Bert Buma specialized on the diverse property market will explain all the legal aspect of buying a         property in the Netherlands.

19:45              Arnold Waal will explain the tax implications and advantages related to finance your primary residence as well as the 30% ruling.

20:00              Q&A session with the speakers.

20:15              Refreshments and the possibility to mingle with the speakers

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