Mortgages in the Netherlands 2007 (Market
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The Dutch residential mortgage market grew at a CAGR
of 11.2% over the last five years. What are the current issues facing this market?
How are housing policies affecting its performance? Who are the biggest lenders?
What will be the size of the sector in the next five years? This report provides the
Covers the residential mortgage market. Provides
market sizing data in terms of gross advances and balances outstanding. Provides
competitor market share for the top five players in terms of balances outstanding.
Looks at housing policies, regulations and issues in the mortgage
The issue of tight housing supply seems to be acute
in the Netherlands, which has ensured that property demand remains strong. Average
house price growth has increased from 3.6% in 2004 to 4.9% in 2006. Economic
recovery has been a key driver for the increase in house price growth in the
Netherlands. While the branch plays an important role in the distribution of mortgage
loans in the Dutch market, as with many European markets, intermediaries also
generate substantial mortgage business. In fact, in the Netherlands, intermediaries'
share of the mortgage market has been increasing continuously in the past few
Reasons to Purchase
Learn how the Dutch residential mortgage market has
developed over the last five years. Understand the recent developments in the
mortgage market in terms of regulations and competitor shares. Find out
Datamonitor's opinion on the future performance of the Dutch mortgage market over
the next five years and its future prospects.
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