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An Overview on How to Buy Property in Denmark as a Foreigner

There are many reasons to want to live in Denmark. We have vibrant city life, beautiful countryside, a proper healthcare system, great infrastructure and mild weather. Oh, and we are also consistently listed in the top happiest countries in the world!

However, when looking to buy property in Denmark you can be in for a roller coaster ride, as the Danish real estate market can be quite fast-paced at times.

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