Where to look

Finding a property in Denmark

Where to look

Finding a suitable property in Denmark usually takes several months. There are a number of ways to help you find a place in a suitable area and within your budget.


The most common way to find property in Denmark is through an estate agent. Estate agents will provide you with information regarding a wide range of properties on the market and will also be able to arrange viewings.

Estate agents are abundant in Denmark. Most of them operate in specific geographic areas , so they will be able to answer any questions you may have about the local area.

Classified adverts placed in both local and national newspapers are another way to search for property. The bigger national newspapers have a comprehensive list of properties available over the course of every weekend, while local newspapers often have a weekly property supplement for property hunters to look through.

An increasing number of property sellers are posting their adverts online. Therefore it is worth visiting various property websites which often allow you to filter your search according to factors such as price, location and size. Some websites will even let you create your own profile, whereby you list the characteristics you are looking for in your property and you will receive an e-mail if anything matches your criteria.

Danish Association of Chartered Estate Agents

The Danish Association of Chartered Estate Agents has a website that lists all residential properties for sale in Denmark. The website also provides links to the respective estate agent responsible for each property. There are usually more than 50,000 properties for sale throughout Denmark listed on this website, so it is an excellent place to look for housing. The website is in Danish but it is fairly straightforward to navigate and search for what you are looking for. You can access the Danish Association of Chartered Estate Agents website by clicking here .

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