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Searching for housing in Denmark?

Friday 21. October 2022

If you are wanting to start or move a business to Denmark, you’ll also need a accommodation in Denmark. Obviously rental housing is beside buying a housing solution the most popular way to sort out the accommodation problem. Particularly, if you are starting your move to Denmark, it is a safe option to make a quick search for an apartment for rent in Denmark.

Denmarks strong urban areas can be competitive to find available rental homes in. But even there with a bit of patience you can find your perfect rental housing in Copenhagen or rental housing in Aarhus, which are the nation’s two biggest urban centers.

Housing in Copenhagen

If you are searching for an apartment for rent in Copenhagen. Copenhagen has a competitive housing market, as the capital of Denmark it can be tough to find the right rent apartment in Copenhagen. An apartment in Copenhagen is most of the time also more expensive than in some of the other cities of the country such as if you would search for a rental housing in Roskilde or rental housing in Næstved.

You can also go to the other side of the country to the second largest populous urban center.

 

Rental Housing Århus

The biggest city of Jylland is also the second biggest city of Denmark. Aarhus is a popular city for students and professionals alike. During the last years more business has moved away from Copenhagen towards Aarhus to spread the population more across the country. Therefore, it can also be tough to find an apartment Aarhus.

But as suggested in the Copenhagen text, there are also other cities that you could look at. On Jylland you could look for a rental housing Aalborg or an apartment Aalborg.

If you want to live between the two, you can find Fyn. The childhood home of famous H.C. Andersen is placed in Fyns biggest city Odense. You should search for rental housing Odense or Apartment Odense.

 

Maybe student housing is also an option?

Most students live in the in the bigger cities. Usually student go for a room for rent, since rooms are most of the times cheaper than a private apartment, obviously depending on the location. If you have however a fitting budget you can also search for rental of apartment and try your luck in finding a fitting new home. Depending on your situation you might also qualify for a “acute Housing” solution. This form gives you the possibility at many waiting lists for rooms etc. to skip significant parts of the lists and increases your chances of finding an accommodation faster. However, the rules are often strict concerning the circumstances to fulfill this. Some students, specifically outside of the big cities are also collecting together and organize a house for rent which they then share. However, this solution is not often seen anymore, since landlords usually want more stable tenants.