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Buying a property in Belgium: Free seminar

The Bulletin (The platform for Belgium’s international community) and the ING bank organize events offering practical advice on buying a property in Belgium.
Come to listen to experts, including an estate agent, a notary and ING’s head of expats Dave Deruytter.

One reason why people are tempted to own their own home is that the cost of property is considered to be relatively cheap compared to other European countries. Be aware, though, that prices in Brussels are 70% higher than the rest of Belgium. A notaries report published earlier this year said that a typical home in Brussels sold for €375,000 in 2017, compared with €200,000 nationwide.

Speakers: Kristien Viaene, CEO Noa Real Estate on ‘The latest trends in property purchases’; Alexis Lemmerling, notary Berquin on ‘How the notary will protect you and your property’; Dave Deruytter, head of expatriates and non-residents ING Bank on ‘Buying private real estate in Belgium, financing, insurance and taxation issues’.

March 19, 18.00-20.30 (registration 17.30)
ING Marnix Auditorium, 1 Rue du Trône, 1000 Brussels

 

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