The main task of the Student Welfare Organisations in Norway is to contribute to your well-being during your time as a student. Among other things we organise student housing.
Boligtorget.no organizes an easy and orderly presentation of the housing stock that is for rent. It also allows you to apply for housing. For you being a tenant, this means that your housing applications, and also information about your tenancy agreement are administered and dealt with in an orderly and effecient way.
Apply for a residence
By using the different search methods, you will gain access to information about our accommodations. Information about price, size, access to laundries, internet, etc will show for each type of accommodation.
When you have found the housing you wish to apply for, you can just add them to your application. You must be a registered user to apply for an accommodation.
The service part
When you are a registered customer, you will gain access to relevant information about your customer relationship on "My page".
You will for example gain access to application history, contract history and have the possibility to change application details and user information.
About signing rental contracts with BankID
To sign a rental contract electronically with BankID, you need a norwegian bankaccount with BankID. (Ask your bank about this, if you have not got a BankID)
You can sign the rental agreement by choosing the option "Sign" in the "Contract history".
This option activates BankID-signing. Follow the instructions in the procedure and you will be led through the signing process step by step.
To sign with BankID is simple, safe and as binding as a handwritten signature.
About signing rental contracts without BankID
For you that do not have a BankID or of other reasons wish to sign with handwritten signature, the procedure is as follows:
1. Download the rental contract (PDF file) by using the option button "Download" and print out the contract.
2. Sign the contract and return it to the landlord. (Return address is usually in the contract).