On you have the possibility of signing up for exactly those apartments that you are interested in. At the same time you will gain an overview of the apartments, you have signed up for, and you can add and remove apartments if your needs change. 

Rules on allocation of apartments

DIP's board has agreed on below-mentioned rules for allocating DIP's apartments which are rented by seniority. The right to an apartment is considered to be a personal right that cannot be assigned (subleased or lent) to family members or others.

If an apartment is assigned to you, you must be registered on the address with the National Register of Persons.

 1. Members and spouse pensioners

Members and spouse pensioners have priority over DIP's apartments. The apartments are allocated according to a seniority principle where the seniority equals the contribution period. 

Members' biological or adopted children under age 24 have priority over the 14 flatlets that DIP has in Vordingborggade.

2. Members' children

Apartments can be allocated to members' biological or adopted children under age 24 according to their parents' seniority if the apartment cannot be rented to a member.

3. Members of IDA

Finally, the apartments can be allocated to members of IDA (the Danish Society of Engineers).

Seniority principle

Vacant apartmens are rented according to seniority, i.e. the seniority equals the contribution period. Members, who are covered by a non-contributory period, are considered as paying members.

Retired members earn seniority equaling the period of retirement.

Dormant members do not earn seniority.

If you have questions about your seniority, you must contact Member services. Alle questions related to the tenancy must be addressed to DEAS.

Practical information

Your membership of DIP is only a condition when you move into the apartment. DIP neither can nor will evict you from an apartment if you for some reason no longer are a member of the pension fund. If you terminate your membership, you can keep your savings in DIP, and this way, you will still be able to apply for an apartment according to your seniority (contribution period). 

If you rent a DIP apartment, and you want to move to another DIP apartment then you must terminate your present tenancy after you have been assigned the new apartment. According to the Danish Rent Act, the term of notice is three months. DIP will try to rent out your terminated tenancy as quickly as possible, however, it will as minium cost you two months' rent. 

You do not have the possibility of prioritising your wishes. This is among other things due to the fact that  vacant apartments will be rented out as quickly as possible. 


When you receive an offer for an apartment

You must answer all the offers for an apartment that you receive - either with a Yes please or No thank you. If you do not answer, your profile becomes inactive, and you will not receive further offers until you have reactivated your profile. 

You can always visit and regret your choice WITHIN the deadline.