Italian home prices surge again

Italian home prices surge again

Italian property prices are rising fast once again. Although still only where they were in mid-2013 and some way off the 2011 peak, homeowners are seeing a good return on the price they paid. But what sort of homes are seeing the fastest price rises and where are the bargains? Here is the latest property market update for Italy.
Italian property under €200,000

Italian property under €200,000

In the 2022 Italy Property Guides survey, 52% of readers expressed the desire to buy an Italian property for less than €200,000. Almost a third of buyers wanted to spend between €100,000 and €200,000. So,we wondered, how realistic a budget is that? What size and sort of property can you expect to buy for that?  And where in Italy will you get more for your money?
Why you shouldn’t worry about buying property in Italy

Why you shouldn’t worry about buying property in Italy

If you find the legal processes of buying a property in Italy a little daunting, you’re not alone. Some would-be buyers are put off by the unfamiliarity of the legal process and the names of professional services they’re not used to, such as geometra and notary. In fact, they’re thinking about it the wrong way. The four main professionals in the Italian property buying process are there to help you. Let us introduce you to the licensed estate agent, lawyer, geometra and notary…
“It was one of the best days of our lives”

“It was one of the best days of our lives”

The first time Mark Eley went on a family holiday to Lake Como he was smitten with the place, and after two more trips to this scenic corner of Italy, it was just a matter of time before he realised his dream of buying a home there.

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