The owner of the Dutch real estate mon will return to the Germans and 160 billion. According to the court, they were raising money

The owner of the Dutch real estate mon will return to the Germans and 160 billion. According to the court, they were raising money
The owner of the Dutch real estate mon will return to the Germans and 160 billion. According to the court, they were raising money
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Pthe lessor of real estate in the Netherlands may have to hand over a total of 6.4 billion euros (159 billion crowns) to Germany. DutchNews.nl informs the DutchNews.nl server with a free analysis of the Financieele Dagblad. The paper dealt with a series of court decisions, according to which increasing the price above a certain limit is in violation of the first consumer in the EU. The case will now be dealt with by the Supreme Court of the Netherlands.

In recent years, large commercial landlords in the Netherlands have been raising their rent by inflation plus ten and five percent annually, the actual rate was up to them. In some cases, however, the courts found that the investment was against the law and de facto annulled it, which resulted in hundreds of euros in damages for some Germans. If the Nejvy court agrees with the decisions, it will also affect 700,000 lessors, according to DutchNews.

Comment by Julia Hrstkov

It will go up gently. I don’t have a second brake, and the discount has expired

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The Netherlands can be met with unreasonably high prices; according to research by the real estate website Pararius.com, in the last quarter of 2018, unregulated prices rose on average by 8.5 percent. For example, in Amsterdam, the average cost of an open meter was 27 euros (669 crowns), in Rotterdam it was 19 euros (471 crowns), the same as in The Hague. For example, in Prague at the same time last year, it was around 400 crowns per square meter, although prices varied considerably in individual city streets, according to Deloitte.

According to the Supreme Court, some landlords may have experienced financial problems.

“Politicians think that the landlord is a rich person who takes out the poor, but that’s not the case,” Chantal Stuurmanov, who runs the real estate office The Rental Agency in Amsterdam, told the Financial Times (FT) last year. The reason for the high tax rate is according to new years, the rates issued for property owners and the so-called “two-tier” tax system, which began to be paid in 2022.

Properties in the Netherlands are classified according to size and amenities. If their rent does not exceed a certain amount, they are classified as social housing according to the Germans, their annual income is no less than 44,035 euros (about 1.1 million crowns) or 48,625 euros, if it is about pr (about 1.2 million crowns).

“Social housing has a maximum rent set at 808 euros (20,000 crowns) per month. If your income as a landlord has dropped from 2,000 euros to 800, ask for a pension. As soon as the Dutchman leaves, sell the property,” said Stuurmanov.

Large landlords and investors argue that if they are forced to return large sums of pensions to Germans, it will have a negative impact on their ability to invest accordingly. “Zeroka will affect society,” said f IVBN Wensing.

The article is in Czech

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