In Den Bosch, Arnhem, Groningen, Eindhoven, Utrecht and Amsterdam, yields fell by 0.5% or more in the previous quarter. The decline in Den Bosch, from 7.5% to 6.75%, was the largest absolute drop in the market. In Amsterdam, the yield dropped to 3.5%. This was the biggest relative decline. There was a slight decrease of 0.25% in Schiphol and Rotterdam, and the yield in The Hague remained 5.75%.

The impact of the growing economy on prime rents is less clear. Rents in Amsterdam and Utrecht increased further in the second quarter. This trend is expected to continue throughout the next six months. In cities like The Hague, Rotterdam, Eindhoven, Groningen and Arnhem, prime rents are stable. No change is expected here in the coming period.