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Lejernes Landsorganisation er en medlemsorganisation. For the past few years there has been a strong economic growth in Denmark. It is reflected on the housing market with prices going up on owner-occupied housing - especially in big cities.
Very few subsidized housing to let is being built. The Danish act of tenancy has a special regulation on the "right to buy". Tenants have the right to buy a rental housing at a price that the owner can get from another one on the open market.
To many tenants this regulation has been very useful. The rental houses change into a co-operative housing association owned by the members, of which many were the former tenants. The effects of urban renewal in major Danish towns have removed many unhealthy, cheap houses and established modern flats at a high rent.
All this has influenced the majority of Danish towns in which there is a strong economic growth. In greater Copenhagen area the pressure on the housing market is very hard. This fact is an increasing problem in the university towns, where young people move to study. A lot of private people make good money on letting out flats, rooms and houses to especially young people. The Danish housing market is highly populated by one-parent families.
Every sixth family at the maternity age is a single parent. This requires a special supply of flats. A large number of minor ones with modern equipment. A new bill in favour of tenants living in flats and houses owned by private persons and companies have recently been passed by the Danish Parliament.