In Danish, the concept “to rent” is “at leje”.

Rents in Aarhus Municipality vary depending on the location, size, and general condition of the specific dwelling. You can rent a room, a flat or a single-family house.

Rooms, flats or houses from private landlords are often found through web portals online.

It is also possible to find accommodation through a housing association (boligforening). The rent in a housing association is typically lower than for other types of rental accommodation, but they are usually let out on the basis of a waiting list.

Subletting is quite common in Denmark and for many, the first place of residence is often a temporary one.

Find more info on renting below and also on the official website for internationals in Denmark,