- Renting a home is popular in Denmark. You can rent from a private or public-sector landlord.
- Or you can buy a home.
- If you are aged between 18 and 24, you can apply for youth accommodation.
- As a rule Gentofte Kommune cannot help you find a home.
Finding a place to live
In Denmark, you can rent or buy a home. Here is an overview of how to go about finding a home.
Good to know
You can put your name down for accommodation from public-sector landlords and housing associations at DanmarkBolig.dk.
Youth accomodation from KAB
At KAB, there is no charge to put your name down on a waiting list for youth accommodation from the age of 15 (page in Danish).
Youth accomodation from Domea
Put your name down on the waiting list for youth accommodation from Domea. You must be at least 15 years of age. It’s free to do so (page in Danish).