Originally published in 1993, Urban Land and Property Markets in the Netherlands provides a detailed explanation of how the land and property markets of the Netherlands work. This book describes the scene extensively and goes deeper to explain the situation in the Netherlands, with commercial real estate being regarded internationally as mature, and offering good safe investment prospects while other aspects of the land and property markets are unique to that country. The constitutional, economic and social contexts are described and current public policies are explained as they affect property development.
Table of Contents
Foreword Preface Abbreviations & Acronyms Part I: Overview 1. Basic Information 2. The Policy Environment Part II: The Urban Land Market 3. The Framework Within Which the Urban Land Market Functions 4. The Process 5. Outcome of the Urban Land Market 6. Case Studies Part III: The Urban Property Market 7. The Framework Within Which the Urban Property Market Functions 8. The Process 9. Outcome of the Property Market 10. Case Studies Part IV: Evaluation 11. Evaluation of the Urban Land and Property Markets
Needham, Barrie; Koenders, Patrick; Kruijt, Bert