Under special circumstances an apartment owner can sublet his apartment. SNB accepts subletting due to studies, internships, probationary housing in certain circumstances, illness and in the event of unforeseen events when it is temporarily not possible to use the apartment.
Even if your rental is secondarily approved by the landlord SNB, it is always the first-time tenant who is responsible for the rent payment and any damages that occur in the meantime. Study certificate is attached to the application. If the documents SNB needs to be able to process the application are not attached, the application will not be approved.
An administrative cost of SEK 500 will be charged to you on the next rental notice if your application for subletting has been approved. Assignment can take place no earlier than one week after the complete application has been received by SNB. If the application is not approved, no fee will be charged.
In order for this to be processed, all documents must be attached: correctly filled in and signed application, certified certificates, copy of valid identification.
In the case of subletting, it is always the first-time tenant who is responsible for the apartment. Assignment can take place no earlier than one week after the complete application has been received by SNB. You must have SNB's approval in order not to risk losing your lease.
Corridor rooms and kitchenettes are only rented for one resident, ie the tenant.
Application form is available at the housing office or here
Home exchange is not applied
There are several reasons why SNB does not allow home exchanges between two tenants. In addition to creating an internal exchange chain that is contrary to our application principles, it entails extra costs for inspections and administration. It is therefore not possible to exchange homes with each other in SNB.
If you wish to change housing within SNB, you can apply for the housing that becomes vacant and which is published in our digital search system.