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Buying in Italy

Buying in Italy

The complete guide to buying property in Italy, with free updates for 2 years.

1 month ago

Buying in Italy
Fancy living the simple life in Puglia? The comune of Presicce Acquarica is publishing a bando which aims to encourage people to go and live there. Not only will there be help of 50% (up to 30000) on buying and restoring a house, but there will be a further 30000 available for new residents who live and possible work in the comune. Bear in mind that national immigration rules apply and that area of the Salento is largely closed from October to May, so if you fancy a quiet life and then working 24/7 between June and September to earn a crust, it could be the life for you. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

Buying in Italy
For those who pay electricity bills by direct debit, your bills are to rise by about 60% from October - so make sure there is enough money in your accounts! ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Buying in Italy
As was entirely forseeable the superbonus is coming to an ignominious end. The money has run out. All of it. There are those half way through work who may never get their money back, and there are builders who have cottoned on that they won't get paid. What won't happen, according to builders I know, is that the price of materials, (artifically inflated because 'the state is paying') won't come down. ... See MoreSee Less
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6 months ago

Buying in Italy
The first tranche of IMU is payable on 16 June. The only new item this year is that a married couple with 2 homes in separate comunes, that has one in the husbands name and the other in the wifes name, can no longer claim prima casa on both, and pay no IMU. The prima casa - and hence no IMU is only on the one which is their habitual dimora - so the 'second home' is liable for IMU at standard rates. ... See MoreSee Less
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7 months ago

Buying in Italy
Italy has passed a law allowing a new digital nomad visa for non EU workers. The details, such as minimum income and health insurance requirements will be released shortly. The visa will need to be obtained from your home country before arrival in ITaly, but will allow you to stay beyond the 90 day limit. Earnings will be subject to Italian tax. ... See MoreSee Less
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