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Residential Research Report Belgium
H1 2020

Besides the lack of qualitative supply and the corresponding housing pressure in the big cities, general affordability of acquiring a (first) dwelling has decreased during the last few years. As a result, the proportion owner-occupiers vs. tenants in the metropolitan areas has shifted to +/- 60% tenants vs. 40% owner-occupiers and counting. The growing population in large cities will need quality housing. The Belgian residential market offers potential and forms a valid alternative asset class for investors looking for stable yields and steady capital value growth.

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