For a place you
can call home
We help you find the right home to rent.
Basic

For the independent
All the essentials to best inform your decision and successfully secure your new home.

What you get:

  • Intake
  • Access to rental expert (chat)
  • Guides and check-lists
  • Offer submission
  • Contract review
  • Utilities set-up
599(incl. VAT)
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Smart

For the engaged
The essentials and a bit more to spare you your valuable time and efforts.

What you get:

  • Intake
  • Search
  • Schedule viewings
  • Guides and check-lists
  • Your personal rental manager
  • Offer submission
  • Contract review
  • Utilities set-up
999(incl. VAT)
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Complete

For those who want it all
A full package offering where we take away all the hassle and accompany you during the entire process.

What you get:

  • Intake
  • Search
  • Schedule viewings
  • Attend viewings
  • Your personal rental manager
  • Offer submission
  • Contract review
  • Attend Check-in
  • Utilities set-up
€100 off € 1999 until end of 2020
1899(incl. VAT)
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Our average rental scores to date

4.7

Customer satisfaction score

16

Days from start to offer acceptance

5.2

Viewings

1.3

Proposals sent

Frequently Asked Questions
What is Amsterdam like to live in?
Amsterdam is vibrant, (bike) friendly, international, big enough to be nice, but small enough to bike everywhere, affordable, young, ambitious and very social. A great city to live in for students, starters, professionals and families. Have a look at <our neighborhood guide> to learn more about the city or check sites like <yourlittleblackbook> or <iamsterdam> for more information about the city.
How many people, and expats, live in Amsterdam?
Currently Amsterdam inhabits about 834.000 people and 180 different nationailties. The number of expats is ever changing, but we're estimating it to be around 12% of the Amsterdam population.
Can I rent a home in Amsterdam?
Of course! The rental market is accessible for everybody who has the right to stay in the Netherlands. Whether through a permit, visa or residence.
How do people get around in Amsterdam?
They mainly use the bike. The city is so small that you can bike from one end to the other end of the city in about an hour and 15 minutes. The 2nd most popular means of transport is the tram and subway. Cars are used on occasion, but finding a parking spot can be quite a challenge.
What is typical Amsterdam / Dutch?
We are taking the liberty here to mix it up with some typical Dutch things. Let's start with stroopwaffels (caramel biscuits), canals, kingsday, bikes, steep and narrow stairs, the Rijksmuseum, cheese, the gay pride parade, Anne Frank House, bakfietsen (family bikes) and we could go on and on. Experience it for yourself or check out <what dutch people like> for more tips and customs of the Dutch.
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