When renting a house, apartment or room in Denmark, owners (udlejer) almost always demand from the renter (lejer) a security taken against any future arrears in payments, or in case renovation after the agreement is over. Following the 2015 changes in law, it is worth revising our rights if we entered into rental agreement before the 2015 changes and afterwards.

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The process of buying an estate in Denmark is usually smooth and easy owing to the complex legal regulations and the cooperation of all parties: the agent, lawyer and bank.
Our guide will help you go through all stages of buying an estate, you will learn about fees and charges you will have to pay in relation with the purchase, and who does what and when along the way to make sure this unusual process is not a mystery to you.

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The technical review of a house carried out by the specialists is based on the provisions on the inspection, contained in the consumer protection laws. Drawing up the reports under these provisions is good for both the seller and the buyer.

When buying an apartment, it is necessary to take into account the costs of insuring the property. With obligatory and optional insurances available, learn what kind of insurances may protect your home.

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If you rent an apartment in Denmark and if you meet certain requirements, you can apply for a financial housing support. When you rent a year-round apartment with own kitchen, you can apply for a rent subsidy called boligstøtte.

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If your household income is below the level provided for by the law, the kommune is obliged to grant you a loan for making the deposit called lån til beboerindskud. A list of the cooperatives in which a deposit loan is allowed is available on websites of the kommunes, and is to be found in the Lån til beboerindskud i almene boliger tab.

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