Properties for rent in Copenhagen - Apartments and housing for rent
Number of rentals: 1,593
Rental property Copenhagen: Here you will find your new accommodation. We have a large selection of vacant rental properties in Copenhagen. Whether you are looking for a semi-comfortable 3 or 5 bedroom apartment in inner Copenhagen, a room, or maybe a house for rent in the suburbs, we have something for you.
Number of rentals: 1,593
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Apartment Copenhagen. Big demand for rental housing in the capital
Copenhagen is one of Denmark's undisputed most sought after cities. Especially for the students, a residence especially in Inner City is sought after. The large influx of new migrants, as well as the long wait for dorm rooms, make cheap apartments and rooms in extra high demand. The most sought after and exclusive apartments are often sold within days, sometimes hours. So if you are looking for an apartment in Copenhagen, you need to stay awake.
New apartments in Copenhagen
The large relocation can also be seen in the many extensions of the city limits in recent years. Areas such as the Carlsberg City, the large newly built apartments at Amager, and the many new homes along the waterfront. Sydhavnen is currently one of the most active building areas, with initiatives such as Sluseholmen, Teglholmen and Enghave Brygge. In the same way, Nordhavn houses some of the most ambitious new buildings, including some of Denmark's most expensive condominiums. If you look at Islands Brygge and Ørstaden, what you see today is completely unrecognizable from what lay just 15 years ago. All these are just examples of the many initiatives and projects that will secure new rental housing in Copenhagen.
Here on the site we have gathered a wide range of available rental housing in Copenhagen. It gives you an overall overview, and the ability to respond quickly when exactly the accommodation that suits you appears.
Facts - Rental Copenhagen
(numbers from 2018, Dansk Statistik)
- Copenhagen, with its slightly over 600,000 inhabitants, is larger than Denmark's 4 second largest cities combined.
- In total, Copenhagen Municipality has 1.3 million, which corresponds to approx. 1/5 of the population of Denmark
- There are 146,000 rental homes in Copenhagen.
- The capital region is the only region where the number of tenants exceeds owners (55% rents, compared to 37% in the rest of the country)
- The average price for a 2 bedroom apartment in Copenhagen is DKK 11,000
- A 5 bedroom apartment Copenhagen starts on average from 15.500, -
- A Copenhagener has an average of 54 m2 of surface area for residential purposes, while a Bornholmer has 808 m2 for comparison.
Find housing in Copenhagen
The large influx of new movers, as well as the long waiting time for dorm rooms, make cheap apartments for rent and rooms extra in demand and mean that it can be difficult to find housing.
The most sought after and exclusive rental apartments are often gone within a few days, sometimes hours. If you are looking for a rental apartment in Copenhagen, stay tuned.
Many people are moving to Copenhagen, which can also be seen in the expansion of the city borders in recent years, and large-scale construction projects. Areas such as Carlsberg Byen, the large newly built rental apartments on Amager, and the many new rental homes along the waterfront.
Sydhavnen is currently one of the most active construction areas with initiatives such as Sluseholmen, Teglholmen and Enghave Brygge. In the same way, Nordhavn houses some of the most ambitious new buildings, including some of Denmark's most expensive condominiums.
If you look at Islands Brygge and Ørestaden, what you see today is completely unrecognizable from what was there just 15 years ago. All of these are just examples of the many initiatives and projects that will ensure new rental housing in Copenhagen.
Where should you live in Copenhagen and the surrounding areas?
The prices of both owner-occupied and rented apartments in Copenhagen are some of the highest in Denmark. It is therefore not always profitable to look for apartments for sale. Especially Copenhagen K is priced disproportionately high.
And it is also clear that the pricing is closely related to how close a given home is to the center. However, the many transport options and the generally well-functioning infrastructure in and around Copenhagen mean that you do not necessarily have to live physically close to the inner city to be able to get to and from work or study within a reasonable time frame.
It is especially the Metro, A-buses and S-trains that open up many areas. If you need to study at one of Copenhagen's many universities, for example, you can easily explore the exciting areas around Copenhagen.
Even at the metro station terminals you are with public transport still within 20 minutes reach. With the A-buses, areas such as Rødovre, outer Nørrebro and the areas around Herlev are easy to slip by. The S-train section from Sydhavn to Avedøre also offers exciting sights, which you can visit with advantage.
Some of the most sought after rental homes in Copenhagen are in these areas:
- Copenhagen V
- Copenhagen Ø
- Copenhagen N
What about sharing?
As we have already established, the prices of rental housing and rental apartments in Copenhagen are a problem, and this is especially true for students applying for student housing. Here it can often be an advantage to get together with someone else and find a rental home that is suitable as a shared home.
For example, a share-friendly rental apartment will often be 2 to 3 rooms, a kitchen, and sometimes a common living room. In this way, a monthly rent of 15,000 can suddenly become payable if you are 3 to share the price. Often, it can also provide better options than the often very small rooms and studio apartments available.
It can also be a way to get around the very long waiting times to dorm rooms, and the general lack of student housing that characterizes Copenhagen in particular, but also many of the other large student cities.
On this page we have collected a wide range of available apartments in Copenhagen. It gives you an overall overview, and the opportunity to react quickly when exactly the home that suits you appears.
Facts about the housing market in Copenhagen
Exciting facts for you who are looking for a rental property in Copenhagen (figures from 2018, Statistics Denmark)
• With just over 600,000 inhabitants, Copenhagen is larger than Denmark's 4 second largest cities combined.
• In Greater Copenhagen alone, there are 1.3 million people, which correspond to approx. 1/5 of Denmark's population.
• There are 146,000 rental homes in Copenhagen.
• The Capital Region is the only region where the number of tenants exceeds owners (55 % tenants compared to 37 % in the rest of the country)
• The average price for a 2 bedroom apartment in Copenhagen is DKK 11,000
• A Copenhagener has an average of 54 m2 of surface area for residential purposes, where the people of Bornholm have 808 m2 by comparison.
What is a rental property?
A rental property is offered by a landlord against payment of rent. As a tenant of a rental home, you therefore do not gain ownership of the home. Approx. 2.5 million Danes live as tenants in Denmark. Most Danes have at some point in their lives lived for rent in a rental home.
The major disadvantage of public housing companies is the long waiting time that is usually on the rental housing. So if you are missing a rental property in Copenhagen right now, or within the next few years, then rental housing is the answer.
Search this page for a rental property that suits your specific needs.
How do I find rental property in Copenhagen?
It can be time consuming and sometimes difficult to find a rental home in Copenhagen. We therefore recommend that you start your housing search today. At BoligZonen, we have made it easier for you as a home seeker.
We have collected all vacant rental homes throughout Copenhagen K, Copenhagen V, Frederiksberg, Copenhagen Ø, Copenhagen S, Copenhagen N, Copenhagen NV etc. Remember to use filtering in your search so that it becomes as accurate as possible.
You can advantageously create a Housing Matcher, which continuously updates you on new rental homes in the area you are looking for housing.
What does a rental home in Copenhagen cost?
A rental home in Copenhagen can be a costly affair. Inner Copenhagen and the bridge districts are the most expensive areas to rent a home in. Copenhagen has one of the country's most expensive square meter prices in terms of rental housing.
This usually takes place in a low supply of homes for rent with a high demand from the tenants. The average price per square meter for a rental home in Copenhagen is DKK 155 per square meter per month.
Renting an apartment in Copenhagen?
If you are going to rent out your apartment in Copenhagen, it is extremely important to have a good presentation of your rental. The perfect ad contains a description of the lease as well as some really good pictures that showcase the lease in the best possible way.
In addition, it can be a great advantage to add a floor plan of the apartment. In this way, future tenants can better imagine the interior design of their future home.
Here are the most frequently asked questions from tenant to landlord:
• Are pets allowed?
• Rental period for the home?
• Can the home be used as a shared home?
• What is total price incl. deposit and prepaid rent?
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What is the total price when moving in for a rental property in Copenhagen?
The total price for a rental property typically includes prepaid rent as well as a deposit. Deposit is the security that the landlord has against a tenant when moving out. Prepaid rent is the landlord's guarantee that the rent will be paid, typically in connection with the tenant having terminated the lease. The average total price for a rental property in Copenhagen is approx. 71,000 kr.
What should you be aware of when signing the lease?
When you have finally found your desired home in Copenhagen, you must sign a rental contract. Of course, you have to read the contract through and make up your mind if it all fits as it should.
But in addition, as a tenant, you must also pay special attention to §11 - which is also referred to as "Special conditions".
This is because the landlord can add certain conditions that are not covered by the Tenancy Act. The Rent Act is basically always on your side, but §11 makes it possible for the landlord to tighten up the general provisions of the Rent Act.
It will, for example, be here that the landlord states that you as a tenant must be responsible for the maintenance of the home when moving out. Therefore, you are strongly advised to read your lease carefully before signing it.