There are many things that you should take care of before applying for jobs in the Netherlands, your BSN number, opening a Dutch bank account and more. In this guidebook, we give you our list of essentials that you should look into before applying for a job in the Netherlands.
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Focus your search and become clear about your expectations
The Dutch housing market is very competitive and because there are limited options available the prices are rising continuously- not just when you’re looking to buy but also when you’re looking to rent a room/studio/apartment/house. But before you get all worried and frustrated about the challenges of finding housing in the Netherlands, take your time to go through our top tips below and to check out the housing links that we recommend.
The Dutch Housing Market – Our top tips for finding accommodation in the Netherlands
An important and overlooked chore is taking out the garbage. All of the boxes, plastic, and endless counts of How-To booklets from IKEA need to go somewhere. From recycling, giving away old clothes, to the decaying banana peel that needs a place to go, that’s what we’re covering today.
Garbage Disposal in the Netherlands
Short on time and need to find accommodations in the Netherlands as quickly as possible? If money is not a big issue, your best bet may be to visit some housing agencies!
Finding Accommodation: Housing Agencies in the Netherlands
How to find accommodation in Amsterdam?
Finding a place to live in Amsterdam and how quickly you can do this depend on two things. Firstly, your budget, and secondly whether you are looking to share an apartment. If you need to share you can expect to pay between 450 and 650 all in. For an apartment the starting price is usually around 1,100 excluding bills.
Accommodation in Amsterdam