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Select your Location, Register your Business.

Manage your company all by yourself and avoid any legal or accounting fees!

+500 Dutch virtual office locations for rent

+250 articles on company formation Netherlands

+50 workflows to run your Dutch business

Company Formation Netherlands

How to start a Dutch Company in the Netherlands?

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We empower creators like you

Who have the ability to see, make connections and create what has not been before. We remove red tape

and empower global entrepreneurship.

Choosing your market

entry strategy

Our concept is one of a kind! We offer virtual office services, but include all the tools you need to also launch or keep running your business. You can opt for just the Virtual officer, or you can upgrade to our Branch Out-membership. House of Companies allows you to expand to all major markets in Europe!


Need more details on your target market? Download our formation guide.

Virtual Office
Starts at €75 per month

Reputable and legitimate business address


Mail forwarding and scan services


Local phone number

Storage facilities and other services


Phone answering

Virtual Office + Branch Out Membership
Starts at €100 per month
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Obtain a local tax or company number

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Register a branch or Limited Company

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Easy application of VAT or other tax IDs

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Easily submit your own corporate tax return

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Over 4000+ locations worldwide provides your business with the basic tools to make your business feel at home, anywhere in the world. 




Receptionist services/Scanning

House of Companies | Virtual Office & Business Register address Services

How does it work?

Our Platform provides you trustworthy content such as whitepapers, blogs and useful video tutorials so you can easily keep your company in good standing with the basic legal accounting requirements for your company, while it's still on the 'shelf', or in 'outer space'.

Over 5.000 other entrepreneurs joined our community, in almost any industry you can think of. 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is House of Companies?
    House of Companies is in first instance a new concept in offering flexible office solutions and registered office addresses, covering more than 4.000 locations. Aside from full service office facilities (from dealing with your mail, to answering the phone) , we offer a ‘branch out membership’ which provides you the tools to start a new business, or keep your business running, at the lowest costs possible. House of Companies is located at an amazing mansion, on a 50.000m2 estate in the Netherlands offering room for hundreds of companies. But we also offer +4.000 locations in cooperation with partners.
  • Can anybody use the services of House of Companies?
    Yes, basically anybody can use the services of the House of Companies. Even if you are not an entrepreneur yet! Our services are very low-key which allows companies of any sizes to expand overseas. We do have a strict onboarding process in place, and don’t deal with companies focused on tax avoidance, or who have operations in sanctioned countries, as well as certain sensitive industries.
  • Is using a registered office address legal?
    Yes, 100% legal! Our team has over 10 years experience in providing registered office services, and our locations meet the standards of the Dutch Chamber of Commerce. Our locations provide a full time reception, and our locations are always able to provide you a working space when need be.
  • Do I pay taxes when I use a virtual office in the Netherlands?
    A ‘virtual office’ typically does not pay taxes (yet). This is not due to a special tax status, but simply because a virtual office has no actual operations (or substance) yet (or has not started to make a profit, doing sales, or employing staff). In fact, a ‘virtual office’ is typically considered a ‘representative office’ and is not required to be registered at the Chamber of Commerce. Such requirements might change, once you perform any actual services from the Netherlands, or goods are stored and processed here. In case of doubt, it might be necessary to discuss your situation with a lawyer or accountant, but much information on this topic is available in our Dashboard.
  • Does a Dutch company require a local address?
    In many cases a local company registration requires a local business address. Especially in (Western) European countries this is very common. There are some exceptions, especially in case of a branch registration (or a representative office). A registered office address is required to receive official government letters, and in come cases also to open a local corporate bank account.
  • Can my Dutch business open a bank account?
    Yes, a business dealing on the Dutch market can also open a corporate bank account. However, this is becoming more challenging. House of Companies can inform you about European banks that can open bank accounts for any kind of European entity, without a visit to the bank required.
  • When is a registered office address convenient for me?
    A registered office address is convenient for any kind of business, that is planning to expand to a new market, and is taking it step by step. A registered office address (or virtual office) allows you to explore a new market, while limiting your expenses. It’s not about being ‘virtual’, but it’s about avoiding as much bureaucracy and legal expenses as you can, while your business is not yet at its full capacity. Our tools allow you to get an understanding of the legal framework of a country, so you are able to make the decisions for yourself, rather than having to rely on an accountant or lawyer.
  • Can I really submit my corporate tax return myself, without any charges?"
    Yes, anybody can submit their corporate tax return themselves, without any help from an accountant. Our Dashboard provides you the detailed information, step by step, on how to login to your online Tax Portal, and to file your tax return. Obviously, the more complicated your company activities (and transactions) the more complex your tax return will look like. But if you have almost no operations, then you can save thousands of euros in accounting fees, without requiring any accounting skills! Once your company grows, we offer more detailed information, so you can learn along the way. Or you can decide to involve an accountant at that stage.
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