A refundable deposit of SEK 2000 is charged. The deposit invoice will be sent to you by email. Failure in leaving the accommodation in a satisfactory condition will result
in our withholding part, or the total amount, of the deposit paid.
SEK 500 per commenced work hour is charged.

When should I pay the deposit?

The deposit invoice is sent to you by email and the due date will be clearly stated in the invoice. When you will receive this invoice, depends on what accommodation area you will be staying in.

How can I pay the deposit?

The deposit can be paid by card on your user account or by using some of our other payment methods. For information about how to pay your invoices from KI Housing, please see this link.


What is the deposit for?

A final inspection of your apartment/room will be made after your departure.

If there should be any damage or cleaning problems in your apartment/rooms or any other outstanding fees, KI Housing will deduct those costs from the deposit after your departure.

The keys must also be returned to us on time on the day of departure. Otherwise, a part of your deposit will be withheld.


Deposit return

How do I get my deposit back?

The deposit will be refunded to you if the keys are returned on time and the final inspection is approved.

Please note that your deposit will not be returned automatically. You need to submit the online deposit reclaim form at this link within two months after the day of your departure, otherwise the deposit will be withheld.

When we have received the correct information (please see the alternatives below) your deposit will be returned within six weeks.

Ways of getting the deposit back

If you have paid the rent online via your user account: we can repay your deposit to the card that you used. If you do not specify what card you want to receive the refund to, we will refund it to the latest card you used.

– If you have used other ways of paying: we can repay the deposit to your bank account. The following information is needed for transfer to an account:

To bank accounts in Sweden:

– Name of account holder

– Bank account number

– Routing number (clearing number)

To bank accounts in EU member states:

– Name of account holder


– SWIFT/BIC (Bank Identifier Code)

To bank accounts in the rest of the world:

– Please check with your bank exactly what kind of information we need in order to make the transfer to your account as there is no standardized approach.

Page manager: Catharina Nordenstam