Buying a home
Buying a house is a huge investment for most people. If you plan to live in Denmark for more than 5 years, you can consider whether you want to buy or rent a place to live.
Before you decide to buy property, it is advisable to contact a housing lawyer or a housing advisor to find out more about the housing market. You should also consult your bank about mortgage loans.
Requirements for non-Danish citizens
Certain requirements apply to non-Danish citizens when it comes to buying property: You might have to obtain permission from the The Department of Civil Affairs (Civilstyrelsen) under the Danish Ministry of Justice to buy property in Denmark.
Read about foreign citizens' acquisition of real property at the website for the Ministry of Forgein affairs and find more information, including contact information for The Department of Civil Affairs (Civilstyrelsen) at their website (in Danish).
Attending a housing fair gives you the opportunity to talk to real estate agents, banks and legal advisors for free. International House organises a housing fair twice a year and you can check out the events advertised here.
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