Foreign buyers return to Le Marche

Foreign buyers return to Le Marche

Buying a property in Le Marche won’t just mean buying a property in one of the most beautiful parts of Italy. Foreign buyers who are returning to the area will be joining a passionate local community that has overcome natural disaster. Being an estate agent in the...

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Your guide to Trentino-Alto Adige

Are you dreaming about snuggling up in front of a log fire in your own chalet, looking out at a snowy scene? Then buy a cosy place in Trentino, Italy. The region of Trentino – Alto Adige combines the provinces of Trentino and the South Tyrol, in the very...

Buy before the Spring

The sale of residential properties in Italy increased by 2.8% in the spring of 2017, compared to the same period in the previous year. Spring in Italy is beautiful, with all the wild flowers and mild temperatures, making April, May and June popular months to buy...

Fly to Italy this winter

The high number of flights to so many parts of Italy, even through the winter, demonstrates just how popular the country is all year round. While countries like Greece seem to shut down in winter, at least as far as the airlines are concerned, buy a home in Italy and...

Guide to Campania and Basilicata

Campania and Basilicata are two of Italy’s southern regions. With Naples, the Amalfi Coast and the Gulf of Taranto, the coastline is breath-taking. There are also historic sites and hill top villages with affordable homes. There is also an interesting Christmas...

Seven reasons to move to Milan

Due to Brexit, the European Medicine Agency (EMA) is leaving London. Yesterday Milan held its breath as a secret ballot decided if the city would be chosen as its new home. One Italian newspaper likened the ballot to the Eurovision song contest, the Palio di Siena and...

Confessions of a virgin olive picker

Buy a home with land and you’ll probably have an olive tree or two on it. They’re not only beautiful and shady, but nothing tastes better than your first virgin olive oil. I well remember my first harvest. There are several ways to harvest olives. Some are more labour...

What kind of Italian property are you looking for?

Along with Italy’s varied landscape there are also many styles of property on offer. Which should you ask for, and do you know your trilocale from your casa gemella? Here are the most common property types and the Italian vocabulary you might come across in your...

Year of Italian food

The Italian Ministers of Cultural Heritage and Agricultural Policies have announced that 2018 will be the year of “Italian food”. Italy is the fifth destination in the world for international arrivals, with 52 million visitors in 2016. Two out of three of these...

Italian farms offering agritourism

Buying a large farm in Italy can be expensive, but offering agritourism can certainly help to bring in some extra money. Agritourism, or “agriturismo” in Italian, is a farm/holiday business. They are working farms that the owners have decided to use partially for...

Brexit forces move from UK to Italy

The Italian region of Emilia-Romagna is snapping up post-Brexit interests from the UK, as it welcomes an Orchestra and a European weather forecasting supercomputer. Bologna is set to build a new €50m (£43m) building to house the next-generation supercomputer, that...
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