Renting or buying
In Denmark, rented accommodation is a very common way to live. You can either rent from a private landlord or a non-profit housing association. If you are interested in buying property, you can contact a real estate agent, who can provide guidance on how to do so.
- Work in Denmark gives a comprehensive overview of rented accommodation especially.
- Life in Denmark explains important rules about e.g. rental contracts.
Buying a building lot
Horsens Municipality's website byggegrunde.horsens.dk, which displays the current building lots for sale in Horsens Municipality, is in Danish only. But if you are interested in buying a building lot, please contact our newcomer guide:
Mette Munk Lauritsen
Telephone: 76 29 20 43 or 30 10 91 67
Start where you are studying
If you are studying in Denmark, your educational institution may be able to help you find student accommodation.
Finding help online
At the website Study in Denmark you will find a comprehensive guide for applying to live in halls of residence, which is a common and popular way to live for students here. Here you can also find links to relevant housing portals and advice on searching for a place to live as a student.