Italy property news

You can browse the latest Italy property news at Italy Property Guides. Here, you’ll find updates on all things to do with the Italian property market, essential if you plan on buying a property in Italy. We cover many topics, including market forecasts, new laws and regulations, and property trends.


Phase Two – Italy reopens

Phase Two – Italy reopens

Masks at the ready! Italy is now in Phase 2 of the Covid-19 pandemic, and has begun reopening. What does this mean for property buyers, and when can you continue your search for that dream home in Italy?
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Why Italian culture will get us through coronavirus

Coronavirus has halted many people’s plans, but our dreams of a better future will get us through it. Most Italians put the land, family, community and healthy living above work and money. It is this culture that will help us through these times and which means you should hold onto your dream of living here.
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Puglia’s perfect valley: 4 ideal places to buy in Itria

The Itria Valley is one of the most popular areas in Puglia for house buyers and tourists alike. Once you see the countryside with its gently rolling hills, red soil, dry stone walls, olive groves and vineyards, dotted with the coned-shaped trulli and masserie, you’ll be tempted to buy a property in the Itria Valley too.
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5 buzzing towns in Abruzzo

Abruzzo is one of the most popular searches on our property listings, and you can see why. Abruzzo has a winning combination of seaside and mountains, easily accessible all year and beautifully affordable. Tempted? Here is where you should start looking….
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Reasonably priced Italian homes

When buying property, your money goes a lot further in Italy. Even in the most popular areas you can still buy a gorgeous home for little more than £100,000. We’ve found eight rather special homes, all at under €160,000…
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Where is the best weather in Italy?

Many of us love Italy for its warm Mediterranean climate and seemingly endless summers. But there are wide variations between regions, so which part of Italy offers the most sunshine and the least rain?
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Become resident in Italy in 2020

With Brexit “done”, British people planning a move to Italy have until the end of the year to ensure a hassle-free move or retirement there. Here is what you need to do to be a legal resident in Italy.
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