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Real estate agents in Denmark

Expats are allowed to purchase real estates in Denmark, but those who do not know much about the market should consider hiring the services of the pros to help them out. The Danish Association of Chartered Estate agents is a good place to start when looking for properties for sale and professionals who can assist through a purchase.

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    ATP Ejendomme

    ATP Ejendomme

    Gothersgade 49, 1123 Copenhagen K , Denmark

    ATP Ejendomme A/S (ATP Real Estate Denmark) is founded in 1995 and is a subsidiary of ATP - Denmarks largest pension scheme. We invest in commercial properties, which are rented out to primarily retail shops and offices. Our main focus is on properties in Copenhagen and Århus.

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    Scandia Housing

    Scandia Housing

    Indiakaj 1 • 2100 Copenhagen • Denmark , Denmark

    Property rental in a class of its own

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    KLP Eiendom

    KLP Eiendom

    Arne Jacobsen Alle 17, Ørestad City, 2300 Copenhagen S , Denmark

    KLP Eiendom has a diversified property portfolio consisting of offices/public buildings, shopping centres, hotels, educational buildings, housing and leasehold sites.

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    Buying a Property in Denmark

    Other costs that need to be considered for foreigners buying property are agent fees, notary fees, registration fees, taxes, etc. Normally, real estate agents are negotiable and ranges from 0.5% to 2% of the value of the property and the services rendered. Registration fees paid at the Land Registry costs DKK1,400.00 (approximately USD$239.00) plus 0.6% of the property value.
    • Renting in Denmark

      Thursday, 31 January 2013 But finding a place to rent in the cities is not going to be easy. However, there are ways for an expat to get his or her own rented space. Expats can check the local or national newspapers or register with estate agents.
    • Real Estate in Denmark

      Saturday, 02 February 2013 However, for foreigners, acquiring real estate properties can be tricky. Special restrictions are imposed on foreign ownership such as buying summer holiday homes (sommerhuse) in coastal areas. On the other hand, purchases of "all year round properties" which are not located in coastal areas are allowed if conditions are met.
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    Property agent, realtor, real estate agents and more, they go by many names, but are they really necessary? As many countries have many restrictions on foreign overseas property purchase, it is always best for expats to find a real estate agent in their destination to help with their home search and documents. With ExpatFinder, you can find listings of home for rent, properties abroad and property developers selling overseas property for sale to help make the process smooth as possible. Don’t wait to buy holiday homes, find property abroad listings and more right here.

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