Buying Central Government Real Estate

The Central Government Real Estate Agency is responsible for the largest and most eclectic property portfolio in the Netherlands. We sell off land and buildings that are no longer in use. We operate publicly, transparently and on market terms. We are always aware of our responsibility to society. The procedure for buying property from us is straightforward and consists of six steps.

The Central Government Real Estate Agency is responsible for the largest and most eclectic property portfolio in the Netherlands. We sell off land and buildings that are no longer in use.

We operate publicly, transparently and on market terms. We are always aware of our responsibility to society.

The procedure for buying property from us is straightforward and consists of six steps.

All the information pertaining to an upcoming sale is published well in advance on biedboek.nl. Visit this website to order the bid book for the building or land that interests you. The bid book contains all the relevant documents and states the terms and conditions of tender for the sale.

After applying, you will have the opportunity to visit the building or land. This allows you to learn more about the property’s features and development potential.

If you decide to submit a bid, you must notify the civil-law notary in writing. Depending on the terms and conditions, you may submit a conditional or an unconditional bid.

Certain sales involve the pre-selection of parties. For example, we might consider the quality of the parties or set certain financial and administrative requirements. In these cases, only parties that have the necessary knowledge and experience are allowed to bid.

We review the bids submitted by the different parties. We consider the size of the bid, the integrity of the buyer, and whether all the terms and conditions of tender have been met. The sale is awarded to the party that submits the most acceptable bid.

The parties then sign the purchase agreement in the presence of the civil-law notary. The sale can be finalised and transfer of ownership can take place.

You now own a building or land that once belonged to the Central Government!