The Brussels-Capital Region and the various parties involved in housing have joined forces to bring together all relevant information and links on housing in the Brussels-Capital Region (FR/NL) at a single dedicated web address.
- Becoming an owner or selling
- Building and renovating
- Housing grants and allowance
- Moving home
The Brussels Capital Region sees to it that the housing supply is qualitative.
Bearing in mind the constant rise in rents, it is vital that all Brussels inhabitants have access to good quality housing.
In addition to the laws stipulating the rights and duties of tenants and owners, many measures help ensure that all inhabitants of Brussels are able to live in good conditions. The portal about housing in the Brussels-Capital Region provides information on these laws and measures.
Should you wish to provide accommodation in the Brussels Capital Region to people travelling for business or personal reasons, you will need to meet certain conditions.
For more details, see the portal on economy and employment in the Brussels-Capital Region.
If you want to buy or sell property or you have recently been left property, there are a number of things you need to do and you may have quite a lot of questions.
The Brussels-Capital Region’s housing website provides information on the various aspects to bear in mind in these cases.
You may need special permission to build or renovate your home or office in the Brussels-Capital Region. You may be eligible for a grant or financial assistance from the Region.
Track your permit application status online
Anyone who has applied for a permit to renovate or build property in the Brussels-Capital Region can check the status of their application online using the web app 'Les permis en ligne' (Permit application online) (FR/NL). Users can also browse information on other permit applications in the Brussels-Capital Region.
The Brussels-Capital Region awards grants and financial assistance to inhabitants to help finance their home building, renovation and insulation plans. Applications are welcome from owners, tenants and holders of a usufructuary right. An award is subject to a number of conditions, including the type of work envisaged, the location (neighbourhood) and the applicant’s financial situation.
As well as renovation grants, the Brussels-Capital Region offers many types of financial assistance for those who wish to rent or buy a home.
Advice and information on what to do when you change your address (FR/NL) as well as useful tips when moving (FR/NL) are available at www.belgium.be.
|See the 'Housing' (FR/NL) section of www.belgium.be and the website of Belgian notaries for full general information on what you need to do when renting, buying, selling or bequeathing property.|