Buying in Italy
The complete guide to buying property in Italy, with free updates for 2 years.
3 weeks ago
When should you pay the agent their commission? The Cassazione has ruled that you do not have to pay commission until the deal is done. You do not have to pay the agent at the point of proposta di acquisto, and you do not have to pay any commission as a result of just seeing a house. If the agent keeps back essential information or is not impartial you can refuse to pay commission. Its explained here: ... See MoreSee Less
Provvigione all’agente immobiliare, quando è dovutaLa provvigione all’agente immobiliare quando è dovuta? Un tema di grande interesse e sul quale spesso si è cercato di fare chiarezza. Sul punto è intervenuta di recente la Cassazione, che ha esam...
1 month ago
The houses for 1 euro in 2023.Laurenzana in the province of Potenza is flogging off some houses for 1 euro. Here there’s no need for a deposit as a caution, and if anyone wants to create a B&B or a holiday home they’re welcome. The same things goes for Acerenza, Chiaromonte and Ripacandida in Basilicata. In Sicily there are numerous places (with numerous levels of attractiveness). For 2023 there is Augusta, Bivona, Calatafimi Segesta, Canicatti, Salemi, Saponara, Serradifalco, Termini Imerese.In Caltagirone for example you need to fill in forms and complete the purchase within 2 months of being given the ok. You pay for the purchase and all associated costs, and then furnish a project of restoration. You then must start work within 2 months of getting the building concession and complete it within the terms (usually 3 years) You must also have a fiduciary policy of 5000 euros valid for 3 years, (in case you give up)In Sardinia there’s Montresta, (40km from Alghero and with 400 souls), They will give you 50% of the costs up to 15000 euros if you buy and restore within the townBiccari launched its scheme in 2019. They sold 30 houses to people from all over the world. IN Oyace in Val D’Aosta – 200 inhabitants has done a house for 1 euro. 6 houses made available and the commune is now deciding who gets to pour their money into a wreck. Here though you get more points if you open a business or buy as a first home – which excludes most non-EU residents. In the Val di Vara in the Cinque Terre there are houses for 1 euro. 600 people live there and lots of houses need work to stop them ending up in the sea. They ended up with 25 people buying out of over 2500 requests. ... See MoreSee Less
2 months ago
The decree for Digital Nomads was passed a year ago, but as yet the government has done nothing to actuate it. The decree provides for you to get a digital nomad visa, come to Italy and get a one year Permesso di Soggiorno. As yet, there is no provision for the visa and no permesso di soggiorno for digital nomads. So, while you can go and sit on a beach in Greece or Portugal and work via laptop, in Italy you cannot. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago
Idealista - the biggest property portal in Italy, has published this article on houses for 1 euro. ... See MoreSee Less
Le verità delle case a 1 euro: scopri i costi nascostiAcquistare una casa a 1 euro sembra una proposta molto invitante, ma è bene sapere che comprare casa a 1 euro comporta costi nascosti. Infatti, bisogna considerare che gli immobili venduti a quella c...