Home Buying, Explained Clearly
Why does Walter use adjusted purchase prices?
The adjusted purchase price is an adjustment to the original purchase price. Statistics Netherlands (CBS) periodically publishes the increase or decrease in house prices in the Netherlands. Continue reading →
Is Walter only valid in the big cities?
No way! Walter is valid for any address in the Netherlands. So, wherever you’re planning to buy a house, Walter Living will help you until you’ve made the winning bid. Continue reading →
Who are the Walter Experts?
Walter experts are our in-house experts that can help you with your house hunt. With the help of data they’re here to answer all of your questions regarding the buying of a house. Continue reading →
Where does Walter Living get all its data?
All the data that are processed by Walter Living is imported from public sources, such as the Kadaster, CBS, RIVM, Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed, Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland, KCAF, and Open data Overheid. Continue reading →
Is there any cost or obligation if I work with Walter?
No. Walter charges zero fees until you buy a home with us. Until then, you can place an unlimited amount of offers. Most homeowners who work with us secure a winning bid in the first six weeks. Continue reading →
What’s the difference between Walter buying agent and a real estate agent?
Your Walter home-buying advisor does everything a traditional agent would do. Yet, they have a superpower: a team of data scientists and specialists behind them, helping you every step of the way. We don't join you during viewing because you can open a door yourselves, huh? Continue reading →
Can Walter help me bid on my new home?
Yes. With Walter, you always make the right offer. Plus, you know you are not paying too much, and you have an estimate of what other bidders are doing. Continue reading →
What is Walter?
Walter is the go-to source for housing market insights. We provide people like you with data in plain English, so you can make informed decisions when searching for a home. Continue reading →
How do I book a free introduction call with Walter?
You can contact us via WhatsApp or email, or book a free introductory meeting so we can answer any questions you have about Walter. Continue reading →
What is Walter Buying Service?
With Walter Buying Service, you use Walter as your digital buying agent. We negotiate on your behalf and guide you through the entire process of buying your next home. Continue reading →
How do I create a free property report?
Create a property report for any house in the Netherlands quickly and easily using your dashboard. Continue reading →
How do I create my Walter account?
Creating an account is free and easy. Follow these steps: Continue reading →
What do I get when I purchase the Kadaster documents?
For € 14.95, you can request three Kadaster documents for an address in the Netherlands, including: Continue reading →
What do I get with the Walter home-buying service?
With the Walter home-buying service, you can successfully buy a house. We won't stop until you sign the deed at the notary and receive the keys to your new home. Continue reading →
What is Walter Premium?
Walter Premium is a monthly subscription that allows you to create unlimited home reports and access all our data. Continue reading →
How do bidding strategies come about?
People wonder if the home value is the same as the winning bid. Sometimes it is, but certainly not always. Continue reading →
How is Walter's home value calculated?
The basic principle for calculating the value of a home begins with a comparative market analysis. This looks for homes that have sold before and are similar in terms of the type and size of the home. Continue reading →
Collaboration with DAS
Walter Living is a company that helps bid on a home and guides the entire buying process. An important part of this guidance is the role of the lawyers we employ in reading the bill of sale and assisting clients throughout the process. Continue reading →
Anyone can buy a house for the right price thanks to the power of data, technology and design. Continue reading →