Subletting and swapping apartments
You can sublet your apartment for a period of time to someone else.
When you have lived in your apartment for 3 years, you have the option to move to a different apartment administrated by us or swap your apartment with someone else.
In what circumstance can I rent my apartment to someone else?
If your job or your studies require you to relocate temporarily, you are allowed to sublease your apartment for a period no longer than 2 years. If an illness makes it impossible for you to live in your apartment for a while the same rules apply. In all instances we need documentation as to why you cannot live in your apartment in the period of the sublease.
You need to fill out a form and apply for permission to sublet. Call us at 33 63 10 00 to learn more.
Can I sublease a room in my apartment?
Can I swap my apartment with someone else?
If you have lived in your apartment for more than 3 years, you are can swap your apartment with someone else renting an apartment regardless of who they rent from.
Another option is signing up for the ‘internal’ waiting list in your housing department – the waiting list for residents which gives preference to all housing options. Call 33 63 10 00 to learn more.
What is an 'internal' waiting list?
If you are already a resident and want to move to another apartment in your housing department, for example a bigger one, you can sign up for the waiting list for residents, known as the 'internal' waiting' list. An internal waiting list number gives you preference.
Call 33 63 10 00 to learn more.
If you have further questions call us at 33 63 10 00. Our opening hours are at the bottom of this page.
You can also fill out a contact form and we will respond to your enquiry within 5 working days.