Expat Mortgages & Dutch tax in a one-stop service

Dutch taxes and mortgages are inseparable to eachother. When owning a house in The Netherlands you are likely to face income taxes and tax returns.

Who knows better about your complete financial situation besides your tax advisor? What great advantage would it give you if your tax advisor is also able to help you arranging your expatmortgage?

Therefore we offer a unique service in The Netherlands. Applying for an expat-mortgage and having your tax matters arranged alt at the same time! With this service you don’t have to explain your financial situation over and over again to banks and/or (expat) mortgage brokers.


Over 25 years of experience in financial services and (expat)mortgages

We work with our own certified mortgage advisor*

We offer you multiple lenders/banks

 Even for non-EU income we offer mortgages!

The average time for us to arrange your expat mortgage is only 3-4 weeks!

A unique one-stop service for all your financial matters!

*How it exactly works


Our certified mortgage advisor also works for the best (expat)mortgage broker in The NetherlandsDe Boer Financial Services” (FVB de Boer BV). Because of the close cooperation TSS has with FVB de Boer, we are able to meet your requirements in a one-stop tax/mortgage high-level service.


Your tax administration will be processed by Tax & Service Solutions and your mortgage will be processed by FVB de Boer. Exchanging details will never take place without you permission.

About FVB de Boer

De Boer Financial Consultants are financial advisors with a deep understanding of the hurdles that expats encounter when buying a property in The Netherlands. We are specialized in expat mortgages.


Whether you buy a house in Amsterdam, The Hague or anywhere else in Holland, we can help you get the expat mortgage you need.

If you do not hold a European passport and on top of that you have a temporary contract of employment, what chances are there for obtaining a mortgage and buying your own house?

We make it possible!

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