Tenants pay rent in Amsterdam, too, but it’s not nearly as cheap as in London

Tenants in Amsterdam pay about €1,000 in rent per month, which works out to €872 per year, a number that is roughly double that of London’s housing market.

However, according to data compiled by the Dutch Housing Federation, which represents the rental sector, rent in the Netherlands is still less than half that of the UK.

The Federation also reported that rental rates in the Dutch capital have been rising for the past six years, and that in the year ended December 2016 they rose 1.4% year on year. 

The rental market in Amsterdam is a hotbed of speculation in the financial capital, with the average monthly rent set at €1.10 in the latest rental figures.

In London, the average rental price is £1,064.

The rent is lower in other major cities in the UK, such as Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester, where rents are set at less than the average rent.

The Dutch housing association said that the number of rental vacancies in the capital is rising and that rents have been falling over the past few years.

“We expect rents to increase to a level similar to the UK and the Netherlands in the next few years,” said Mabel de Gelder.

It’s not like London’In a report published in April, the Financial Times, which covers the financial services industry, said that rents in the City of London were about a third of what it was in 2014, and it reported that the cost of renting in the city had increased from £837 in 2014 to £1.2m in 2016. “

Our data shows that rents are still below the UK average, which is good news.”‘

It’s not like London’In a report published in April, the Financial Times, which covers the financial services industry, said that rents in the City of London were about a third of what it was in 2014, and it reported that the cost of renting in the city had increased from £837 in 2014 to £1.2m in 2016.

The Times said that landlords were now paying twice as much as they were a decade ago, and said that while the increase was welcome, the number was still lower than the national average.

The report said that, as rents in London have risen in recent years, so has the number and severity of tenants’ legal complaints.

This year alone, more than 1,300 people received legal advice to take action against landlords.

The FTSE 100 index of UK stock markets closed at 17,746.

The index rose 0.1% on the day, as markets in Europe were closed.