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At the first glance renting out a property may seem to be a easy and simple process, but in practice often proves the opposite. Paperwork that's not in order and not under legal terms, unreliable tenants, technical problems during the lease period – many of these aspects can cause you problems throughout the letting, but also, many can be avoided beforehand.


Edgar has an excelente network of contacts within the expat market, relocation agencies, multinational HR departments and private clients. He focuses on rentals to professionals and top quality tenants, often expats working for large internationals. Edgar focus is not only to find the perfect match between tenant and landlord, but create a relationship and make sure the property is continuously under eye and at a high level condition, which explains why so many of his clients have granted Property Manager Amsterdam the exclusive right to represent their properties.



Property Manager Amsterdam uses the best possible quality customised tenancy agreement and terms and conditions, drawn up by and with the back-up of AMS Advocaten in Amsterdam, one of the Netherlands most renowned real estate legal firms.


Property Manager Amsterdam works exclusively with free sector and liberated properties, meaning all properties listed should have 146 or more points (according to the WWS - Point System) and certified with a official Energy Label. To know more click here.

Property Manager Amsterdam works together with a company specialist: that provide you with the point counting and certified Energy label when letting your property.



We'll organise the letting of properties for individuals and investors in and around Amsterdam. We will be working closely with companies such as relocation agencies and HR departments, 

In addition to the careful screening of potential tenants on ID fraud and credit our service also covers:


  • Prepare the property for rental (advice on deco)

  • Energy label*

  • Point System* (only free sector properties)

  • Professional pictures

  • Writing property description

  • Advertise online within trusty real estate websites such as and all other platforms and social media

  • Share the property among partners, HR departments and relocation agencies

  • Arrange days and prepare viewings with possible tenants (plus 15min interviews)

  • Select and screen for only high quality tenants and collect documents (passport, working contract and pay slips)


Once our tenant is selected we will:


  • Prepare the rental agreement (Draft by our lawyers AMS Advocaten)

  • Prepare the inventory list with pictures

  • Property inspection with pictures

  • Set up check in day

  • Sign lease agreement, inventory and inspection documents and collect 1st payment.

  • Reporting (property report, status of the apartment/condition)

Some questions you may have:

  • Should I rent out my house furnished or unfurnished?

  • What should be the monthly value of my property?

  • What is the average rental period?

  • Which legislation applies when renting my property?

  • Do I rent out inclusive or exclusive of gas, water, electricity, television & internet?

  • How do I get my tenants to actually leave by the end of the lease?

  • What is the notice period for tenants and landlords?

  • Do you do both check-in and check-out?

  • Which costs (such as municipal taxes) are the tenants responsibility?

  • Can you demand a cleaner?

  • Do you deal with VVE?

  • Do you arrange the energy label?

  • Do you apply for the point system?


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