Subleasing and sharing

 
There is a possibility to sublease your apartment if you are going to study abroad etc. To sublease your apartment, please read the information form and fill the appropriate form below. The application is made in writing and needs to be handed to us no later than one month before you plan to sublease your apartment.

If you have a Masters apartment, Research apartment, or other Short term contracts, you need to contact us since you have a special contract where there are other rules for subleasing.

Both the primary tenant and the subtenant need to fulfill our tenancy requirements. This means that both of you need to be a student at Chalmers University of Technology or the University of Gothenburg and be a member of the student union at your university. Please hand in your application to our customer service office, the processing time is four weeks. You will need approval from us to sublease your apartment. During the last time of your renting period, there is no possibility to sublease your apartment.

Application for subleasing during the school terms
Application for subleasing during the summers

A new law from October 1, 2019, about subletting without permission and/or charging too much rent
From October 1, 2019, there is a new law for rented apartments. The new law contains stricter rules for subletting without permission and/or charging too much rent. Read more about it here.

If you are a subtenant your relation is with the primary tenant. We are only legally related to the primary tenant and unfortunately, we can’t help you if there is a conflict about the rent or other matters. If you have any questions, you are more than welcome to contact us! We hope you will have a good stay!
There is a possibility to share your apartment with a partner or a roommate. However, only one person is on the contract. If you want to share the cost of living you can rent out a room in your apartment. Please bear in mind that you will need to live in the apartment with your roommate, otherwise, it is considered to be wrongful subleasing. If you have any questions, please contact us!