Continuing to analyze the most sought after countries on various search engines, we certainly could not leave out one of the most beautiful places in the world. Denmark will be the undisputed protagonist of our mini guide today. Everything you need to know if you are interested in moving to this land and buying a property in Denmark is all in the next lines.
You know, whenever you want to take such an important step, the doubts that assail us are many. Will life be convenient? Which are the most sought after professional figures? In which area is it preferable to invest in real estate?
So, if you are ready to discover every detail of this magnificent land, we can start!
Let's start by saying that in 2017 Denmark was awarded as the best place in the world to live by the Social Progress Index. The criteria that have allowed this country to get first in the rankings are different. The level of freedom, highly qualified education, employment opportunities and well-being are just some of the elements that have rewarded Denmark.
A highly nationalist country with a solid culture, based on a strong identity not only artistic but also culinary, Denmark can count on a stable and strong economy.
The main sectors are the primary and tertiary sectors, which, facilitated by a flexible and fast bureaucracy, allow to attract every year a new workforce, coming from abroad.
What are the documents required to be able to enter Denmark?
To enter this country is sufficient an identity card or passport, if you come from a European country. For those who intend to stay longer than 90 days, it is mandatory to apply for the coriddet CPR number, necessary to be able to access state services, obtain subsidies and open a bank account.
How easy is it to find work in Denmark?
The difficulties are minimal, given that unemployment has fallen to a threshold of 5 %. A good command of English is required; for the rest, in every sector there will surely be the right job for you! Among the most open sectors are :
- Hi-tech research and development
One of the questions that most torments potential investors relates to the cost of living in Denmark. Well, it is not a particularly cheap land, but efficient services and a high quality of life definitely compensate for the various expenses.
And now, the question you've all been waiting for: where should I buy a property in Denmark?
The Danish capital, Copenhagen, is wonderful to say the least. With its unique and colourful houses, streets surrounded by green parks and an active cultural life, it is a real jewel for investors.
It starts from a minimum of 40,000 euros for the nearest areas and, of course, entering the city center prices rise.
However, we would advise against underestimating peripheral areas as well, as Denmark has an excellent transport system.
So what are you waiting for? All you have to do is discover Denmark!
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