My pages

My Pages (Mina sidor) is where you track the apartments for which you have registered an interest. You’ll also find information about your queue time and queue fee, and can update your personal details. You will need to log in to access My Pages.

Logging in

The easiest and most secure way to log in is to use the BankID electronic identification system (Bank-ID). If you don’t have access to BankID, you can create an account that allows you to log in using your email address and password.

Application showing your interest and place in the queue

My Pages is where you follow and administer your application showing your interest in an apartment. My Pages allows you to check your position in the queue of people who have also shown an interest in that apartment. Bear in mind that other people may also register an interest in an apartment while it continues to be advertised, so your position in the queue is preliminary and may change.

Viewing invitation

If you have one of the longest queue times of the people who have registered an interest in a particular apartment, we will send you a viewing invitation. All of the details of the viewing are available on My Pages. After the viewing, you need to log in and state whether you are still interested in the apartment, via My Pages.

Update your details

You can update your personal details, such as your income and contact information. Make sure that we have both your email address and your mobile number so that we can contact you quickly about things like viewings, offers, and other important information.

Queue time and fee

You can see your queue time, i.e. how long you have been in the housing queue, on the My Pages start page. You can also see whether you have paid your queue fee and when the latest queue fee notice was sent out.

Co-applicants

You can add a co-applicant, i.e. the person you intend to live with, via My Pages. The advantage of adding a co-applicant is that some landlords allow you to combine your incomes. A co-applicant may also, in some cases, be allowed to have their name on the contract.