Real Estate Agents in Denmark

Find Real Estate Agents in Denmark

Moving and relocating to Denmark as an expat? Denmark is described by expats as a very safe and peaceful country. The country offers unparalleled quality of life to expats. But, there are many things to know before relocating to Denmark. For example, you may have difficulty finding accommodation in larger cities like Copenhagen and Aarhus. Living in any of our listed cities provides a range of accommodation options for you, including apartments, terraced houses, and villas. Rooms are commonly available for rent to those who live on their own. Balconies and gardens will vary depending on location and the type of property. Most housing available in Denmark is advertised by real estate agents and agencies on property portals dedicated to all types of rentals. Some landlords will post their offers online on various forums and social media networks, but as an expat you are not sure if this is what you want. You are generally required to rent a property for at least six months with a deposit of one month on a room, and three months deposit on a house or apartment. Contracts can be for a limited or unlimited period of time. In the case of a limited period of time contract, the lease cannot be terminated before the period specified in the contract runs out. After it did run out, the limited contract automatically becomes an unlimited contract, silence extensions. An unlimited period of time contract can be terminated by tenant, if the tenant gives three months’ notice. To find accommodation: There are various ways to find accommodation in Denmark. Rental agents and real estate agents are the best starting point, either by meeting them in person to discuss your requirements, or browsing their available properties via their websites. There are plenty of options for you when searching for accommodation, from brand-new, modern apartments to more traditional houses. Housing can range from a studio apartment to a large villa. It is helpful to work out your budget and what size of accommodation is required well in advance so that your agent knows what to do. To put more emphasis on using a local real estate agent or relocation adviser, your search for a local real estate agent in Denmark that might even speak your language starts here on www.housingagent.dk