At www.Offices.dk, you will be guided step by step on how to find an office in Denmark!
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At www.Offices.dk, you will be guided step by step in order how to find an office in Denmark.
The Danish economy is in full swing and the number of available offices is low in Denmark and
Copenhagen. The market for offices in Denmark is currently hot. Therefore, you should spend some
time to get an overview of the offices in Denmark, if you want to find the best offices with the
We have made this guide for everybody who is looking for offices in Denmark.
Step 1: Start with evaluating and defining the company’s needs for the offices in Denmark such as the
amount of space, interior, estate type etc. When you are evaluating the company’s needs for the
offices – remember to think 5 years ahead of time.
Step 2: Draw a geographical circle, where your offices could be located. It is important that you
consider, how the moving will affect your employees’ and your own transportation time. If you are
going to hire soon, it can also be also important to consider, where the type of employee that you are
looking for lives, when you are deciding where the offices should be located.
Step 3: Now you are ready to gather the relevant offices from the market. Go to the page about
offices for rent in Denmark on Lokaleportalen.dk, where you will get a complete overview over the
offices that are on the market right now. Remember to create a search agent to get notified,
whenever new offices are offered.
Step 4: You have now gathered a list of offices for rent that could potentially be relevant, which you
go through more detailed. Firstly, remove those that do not at all suit your criteria. Then, compare the
prices and quality among the rest – and divide them into two groups depending on how interesting
they look. Contact the landlords from the most interesting group and book a showcasing. You should
also contact the landlords in the other group to find out more – they might tell you something about
the place that could make it more interesting, or the price might be negotiable.
Step 5: At the showcasing, you should distinguish whether the offices are suitable for you and your
company. If the answer is yes, then make sure to get the following clarified – A: Price (can you get a
good offer or get a period without paying rent or simply paying less at the beginning), B: Notice when
renting (How short notice can you get – a short notice will give you better flexibility), C: Reparation (is
the landlord willing to make any reparations/changes to meet your wishes and needs).
Step 6: Now you have seen the different offices og gathered detailed information about the
negotiation options from the landlords and sellers. You should then narrow your search down to 1-3
offices. Write an e-mail to each landlord/seller in which you tell that you are willing to sign the
contract on certain terms – whatever suits your specific situation. It is important to indicate that you
are ready for a quick deal. When you are negotiating, remember to also see it from the landlord’s
point of view. You do not need to suggest unnecessary things like for example that they need to
renovate the offices completely to suit your certain needs, while also saying you only want 3 months
of notice etc.
Step 7: When the negotiation is over, you should ask the landlord that you have chosen to send a
contract. It is advisable that you get a professional to look through the contract, since you might end
up paying an unnecessary huge amount of money the day you want to move out again. If you do not
know any professional to have a look at the contract, then send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org,
and we will send you some suggestions.
Step 8: When you have found your new offices, it is important that you quickly and systematically get
back to all the other people you have been touch with and let them not that your search is over. You
should keep in mind that they have spent a lot of time focusing on you and your needs – and that you
might need to search for offices in the area again. Show respect by sending them a kind mail as soon
as your situation has been cleared.