NWWI valuations in The Hague 

Real estate valuations in The Hague 

The Onesta Real Estate team consists of several certified valuers. Onesta can provide you with a NWWI property valuation which is of great importance if you are applying for a mortgage. NWWI is a quality label that is highly valued by banks, mortgage brokers and realtors. Onesta can also provide you with a valuation for the ‘Nationale Hypotheek Garantie’.

Melanie Barsoumian of Onesta Vastgoed has been working for more than ten years as an appraiser in The Hague and surroundings. Melanie: “I am a certified appraiser. In recent years I have built up a broad network in the real estate world of The Hague. I regularly prepare (NWWI) validated appraisals for clients to get a home loan. I think appraising homes is very interesting. It gives a good impression of market developments in the industry! "

If you want to know more about the valuation services by Onesta, feel free to come by our office or make an appointment with one of our valuers at 070 345 95 22.


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