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What do you rent?

We will find out for you, free of charge and without obligation, whether you are paying too much!

Independent living space

You have your own toilet, shower and kitchen

Shared house/room

You rent a room where you share the shower, toilet or kitchen

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How Huurtehoog works

Do you want more information? Then go to process

Step 1

First check whether you are renting an independent or non-self-contained accommodation. If you share a toilet, shower or kitchen with other people, you rent a shared house/room . Do you have these facilities all to yourself? Then you have an independent living space. 

Step 2

After supplying some information about your accommodation, our rent expert will check whether you are eligible for a rent reduction or reclaim. If you qualify, we will schedule a digital call to explain exactly how much you will save and how much you can get back. This is of course completely free and without obligation.

Step 3

When you have signed the service agreement, Huurtehoog will get to work for you! HuurTeHoog will first contact your landlord and try to work it out with him/her. If this does not work, then Huurtehoog will solve it legally. It may be that people from the Rent Assessment Committee have to visit you once to measure your room, but we will let you know this well in advance. After a few months you will be told whether you are going to save!

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Active throughout the Netherlands

Originally started in the far north, we now help tenants throughout the country. It doesn't matter where you live, we are happy to help you! Curious about the maximum you are allowed pay? Click HERE 

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About was founded in 2022 by two students who are completely fed up with the overpriced rooms in the Netherlands. During our studies we also looked for rooms to live in, but we soon found out that a ridiculous amount of money was being asked for rooms that were far too small. We wondered: “Can landlords just ask any price they want for a room?”.


After some research, we found out that landlords cannot simply charge a high price for a room, but that the maximum rent depends on a number of points. We have investigated in detail how this works and immediately received questions from friends and relatives whether we could also arrange a rent reduction for them. This gave us an idea, why don't we help all tenants?


We have now put our studies partially on hold due to all requests via and almost all of our time is devoted to

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