What does Vacancy Law mean? The Vacancy Law is government approved measure to support property owners who, through a prolonged sale period, own two properties. The rental conditions have been eased, which gives the owner a cancelation period of three months. The tenet has a cancelation period of one month. There is is however a minimum rental period of six months. Under the Vacancy Law a property can be rented out for a period of maximum five years. The costs for a vacancy Law permission (charged to the owner) varies between municipalities and can be anywhere from zero to several hundred Euros.
Renting through ’t Mauritshuis Rental Agency
Which information does ’t Mauritshuis Rental Agency need when renting a house?
We need the following date from you to draw up a rental agreement:
A fully finished registration form
Employment contract with a company stamp and signature (this will be verified)
Salary slips of the last three months
In case you don’t have an employer we will need your last annual income statement
If you are self employed will will need to see the complete balance of the last two years
Color copy of your passport or ID (no driving license), including the backside of the plastic holder page ???
Statement by mortgage provider or statement by landlord/manager/owner (this will be verified)
Copy of your bank statements showing account number, name account holder, deposit of last three salary payments and last six rent or mortgage payments. Other mutations can be blocked out.
Copy of your debit card, back and front
Extract of your registration at the Town Hall and of your partner/roommate (if applicable)
Note. In case you provide us with incomplete or incorrect information we cannot draw up a rental agreement