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bluebell55
10/14/2015 16:27 EST

Hi--I am looking for an apartment or co-op to buy in the vicinity of Copenhagen near the Metro or Train station for max of 1.150000DK for 55 sq. meters or more with 1 bedroom. The monthly fee needs to be less than 7,000DK. Any help would be appreciated. The ones listed on the boliga.dk are sold immediately and I haven't had any luck getting a reply to any that come up. It's so hard to find a place. Any leads would be very helpful, as I think networking will be the key. If not in Frederiksberg, then Valby or Vanlose near the train would be great. Thank you for any leads and help.

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