Apartments for rent in Amsterdam

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As the financial center for the county, Amsterdam is home to many banking, commercial, and industrial establishments. Thinking of spending some time in this city and calling it home for a while? Be sure to check out Nestpick for ready-to-move accommodations. With month-to-month renting options and fully furnished apartments, you are sure to find the place that feels most like home.

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The capital of the Netherlands is an enchanting place, with its romantic canals, superb art galleries and laid back attitude. For this reason, furnished Amsterdam apartments for rent is always in high demand. Luckily, Nestpick has a huge range to choose from, and booking one is as simple as a few clicks.


Furnished Apartments in Amsterdam

Expats have a lot of options when moving to or staying in a new city. If you’re not staying for long enough to justify renting your own apartment, then furnished and serviced apartments in Amsterdam are another option. Furnished apartments in Amsterdam are especially popular among busy professionals on business trips to the city.


Accommodation Types in Amsterdam



Rooms to Rent in Amsterdam

If the price of renting an apartment in is out of your budget, then you can choose to rent a room in Amsterdam instead. Rooms in Amsterdam will cost around €300 - €600 per month on average, making living in the city much more affordable. Living in a flatshare in Amsterdam also helps you to meet like-minded people who know the area well and can show you around. This is a good option for both short term and long term stays in Amsterdam as renting a room is generally more flexible than leasing an apartment. If you rent a room in Amsterdam long term, you can save a lot of money on rent month by month. Students coming to Amsterdam for a year or a semester often choose to rent a room in shared accommodation, and it is also popular among many young expats.


Pet Friendly Amsterdam Apartments

If you’re hoping to bring any pets along with you to Amsterdam, we’d advise checking if each individual apartment has a “pets allowed” policy. While many specify either way, some may not state their pet policy but will still disagree to allow pets. If you have your eyes on a particular apartment that doesn’t outline its policy towards pets then it's best to get in touch with the landlord yourself.


What documents are needed to rent an apartment in Amsterdam?


If you’re not an EU/EEA/Swiss citizen the first thing you’ll need to do to live in the Netherlands is be granted a residency permit. When renting in Amsterdam you’ll need to give proof of identification (passport or valid driving license), and providing evidence of income will significantly boost your chances of landing an apartment. In terms of contracts, tenancy agreements can be concluded for fixed periods of time and amended at the discretion of the tenant and landlord. Tenants’ rights are well protected in Dutch law, so it’s important that you read through your tenancy agreement carefully and keep it in a safe place just in case you have future disputes with your landlord. Two months’ rent as a security deposit is usually required.