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Dutch lenders' share of home-loan market down

Homebuyers turning to funds backed by institutional investors
Thursday, February 11, 2016 - 05:50

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Property sales in the Netherlands are forecast to grow 5 per cent this year, according to ABN Amro, while IG&H estimates as much as 70 billion euros of home loans will be issued, up from 62 billion euros in 2015.

Amsterdam

DUTCH banks' share of the nation's mortgage market dropped to a record low last year as homebuyers turned to funds backed by institutional investors.

Rabobank, ING Groep NV and ABN Amro Group NV's home loans business fell by a combined 3.3 percentage points to 52.3 per

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