The global and national economy is finally showing signs of life again; lending is affordable and capital is ready and waiting to be ploughed into promising investments. Demand for Dutch property is on the rise, and the real estate sector is booming in other countries too. But how can you make sure that the property you purchase is worth the price tag? In this magazine, we give you an exclusive look behind the scenes, sharing what we have learnt in the course of our TDD inspections, our insights into the market based on years of data-gathering, and our perspectives on the latest developments. We’ve also asked a number of experts to tell us their views on the current property market.
Read all this and more in the magazine:
- Chester de Koste from Unifore talks about the breakthrough in the refinancing market and Unifore’s partnership with US investment bank Morgan Stanley
- Don’t play guessing games: TDD is your safety net. What are the top 10 risks of property deals?
- Over to you: Floris van Maanen and Gerwin Sint Nicolaas from L’Etoile Properties tell us about the largest single asset deal to ever take place in the Netherlands: The Atrium in Amsterdam’s Zuidas district
- The Dutch office, retail and residential property market today: Key conclusions
- Ruud Bouma from Colliers International Asset Service shares his vision for the future of the property market and the changing role of property managers
TDD as a predictor of future investments
Technical Due Diligence was chosen as the name for our magazine with good reason. Every year, we perform hundreds of purchase and sale inspections on an incredibly diverse range of properties. Our findings present each client with a useful picture of the current condition of the property we inspect, and demonstrate the kind of technical maintenance costs they can expect in the future. In this magazine, we’ve brought all of this data together to give you an overview of the key opportunities and the main defects that we identify in properties.
If you have any questions about our magazine or our services, please contact us by phone on +31 (0)88-214 66 00 or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
What can we do for you?
Get information about our servicesRequest information