The country’s GDP has shown to be robust

Internationally speaking, a growing capital is available for investments in real estate (€315 billion at the start of 2021). International investors are basing their decisions with regard to where to invest on factors such as the economic situation of a country. The Dutch economy turned out to be relatively stable. Despite the economic downturn during the first lockdown (-7.3 percentage points), the Dutch economy performed relatively well compared to neighbouring Germany and the entire Euro region. The Dutch GDP declined less in 2020Q2 and showed a stronger recovery.

A recent forecast published by Rabobank shows that GDP is expected to reach pre-COVID levels again by the third quarter of 2021. This puts the Netherlands ahead of Europe, showing that the country can be considered very economically stable.


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