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Welcome to our rental listings, here you can search through thousands of homes and apartments available to rent throughout Sweden. Finding the perfect apartment to rent can be intimidating, especially if you are new to Sweden or unfamiliar with how the housing market works.

We have written many articles that can help answer the tough questions about navigating the Swedish rental market, such as:

How does Sweden's queue system work?

Some apartments are rented based on a queue system whereby the longer you have been in the queue the more likely your application will be accepted. Find tricks and tips on how to avoid the queues for apartments here.

What is the difference between a first-hand and second hand contract?

With a first hand contract you rent directly from the landlord. Second-hand contracts are agreed with the tenant who has the first-hand contract. Here we go through the differences between rental contracts.

Is it hard to find an apartment to rent in Stockholm?

Yes, renting in Stockholm can be tough. With a combination of high demand and limited number of apartments, finding a first hand contract can take time. We cover how to navigate Sweden’s rental market in this article.

How much does it cost to rent in Stockholm?

The cost of rent can vary depending on the location and size of the apartment. Here we cover how much it costs to rent in Sweden. In general, rent in larger cities such as Stockholm, Gothenburg, and Malmö will be higher than in smaller towns or rural areas.

Use the search box to the left to refine your search and find your perfect home. We also have many more articles about renting in Sweden for you to read and help you on your journey to find a new home.