Buyer’s agent Weesp

A beautiful, authentic fortified town

Weesp is a beautiful, authentic fortified town. From March 2022, Weesp will be part of the municipality of Amsterdam. Mid-2021, Weesp had over 20,500 inhabitants and this number has risen considerably in recent years, mainly due to the increase in the supply of housing as a result of the recent completion of various new construction projects.

As a fortified town, Weesp has a rich cultural and economic history, evident in the beautiful national monuments and markets in the old town. On the outskirts of Weesp and around the town borders, the visible fortifications and preserved forts refer to the fortifications that were part of the famous Dutch Waterline. The town therefore attracts many day visitors, who combine these attractions with a lunch or drink in one of the cosy squares in the town.

Living in Weesp

Living in Weesp has many advantages. One of the most mentioned reasons for living in Weesp is the central location of the town and the accessibility from and to surrounding cities. This ensures that you can quickly reach Amsterdam and the Gooi region by car, but Weesp is also well-connected by public transport to other destinations in the Randstad and beyond. In addition, the immediate surroundings of Weesp, situated next to the Vecht river and surrounded by lots of greenery and extensive pastures, offer plenty of opportunities for rest and relaxation. For families with young children, the presence of sufficient primary schools, sports clubs and a beautiful playground provide all the facilities they need to get the most out of their living environment.  

Buying a house in Weesp

If you're curious about the possibilities for buying a home in Weesp, then it's good to know that Weesp has a very diverse range of homes on offer. From historic objects in the centre to modern terraced houses and corner houses on the edge of town. At the end of 2021, 1.1% of the total number of homes in Weesp were for sale, which was above the national average of 0.5% at the time. In the fourth quarter of 2021, an average of € 661,774 was asked for a home in Weesp. Despite the sharp increase in the average asking price, houses in Weesp were sold after 15 days on average, which is in line with the national average.

Buying a house in Weesp with your own buyer’s agent

If you have your eye on a house in Weesp, it's wise to ask a professional buyer’s agent to guide you through the buying process. At Aankoopmakelaar Amsterdam we have extensive experience in purchasing homes in a market where the demand is higher than the supply. In the metropolitan area of Amsterdam, including Weesp, homes for sale are quickly sold above the asking price, which means you need to be flexible if you want to own your dream home in Weesp. Our estate agents will be happy to assist you if you wish to view a property that is for sale in Weesp and to advise you on the technical condition of the house. This way you can be sure that you are making a well-considered and at the same time realistic offer for your desired house in Weesp.

Would you like to know more about how Aankoopmakelaar Amsterdam can help you to buy a house in Weesp? Please contact us for more information about our methods, we are happy to tell you more about it!

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Besides a free buying advice we offer the opportunity to receive a ‘checklist for house visits’. With this checklist you will be able to make a quick, first inspection.

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