New rules regarding subletting
On October 1, 2019, new rules will apply for subletting of rental accommodations.
As before, you always need to apply for permission from us to be able to sublet your home. More information can be found on My pages under Subletting. Once your application for subletting has been granted, you may not charge a higher rent than the one you pay yourself. If you sublet your home furnished, you can add up to 15% on your rent, but no more than that. If you do not follow these rules, you risk losing your contract. If you violate these rules, in addition to losing your contract, you may also be fined or jailed.
You are allowed to have a roommate in your home, except for corridor rooms. The right to have a roommate only applies if you live in the accommodation there as well, otherwise you need to apply for subletting.
You should be registered on the address where you live. Since July 1, 2018, it is a crime to submit incorrect information or to not notify changed population information to the Swedish Tax Agency when moving.
Suspicion of crime will be reported to the police.