There are many housing associations in Denmark, covering a wide range of flats and single-family houses built with public subsidies.
Non-profit housing associations often use waiting lists. Thus, you may need to wait a while before being offered an apartment or a house. In addition, you must be aware that in order to rent through a non-profit association, you must be a member and pay a yearly fee. However, the monthly rent is often less than if you rent from a private company or property owner.
In Randers, we have the non-profit associations Lejerbo and RandersBolig. You can see available housing and sign up for housing on their websites.
If you want to avoid a waiting list or paying a fee to a non-profit housing association, you can choose to rent an apartment or house from a private property owner.
You can find privately rented apartments and houses on the internet and in one of the local newspapers.
You can also choose subletting. This could be an advantage if you are only staying here for a short amount of time, as the apartment or house may be furnished.
Cooperative housing is a group of houses or apartments owned by a cooperative housing society. This type of living option usually has a social aspect, which can be beneficial if you want to meet new people when moving to Randers.