During your house hunting, you’ve probably noticed that a distinction is often made between run-of-the-mill properties and so-called ‘luxury’ properties. So, what’s the difference? What makes a luxury property so luxurious?
Thousands of students pass through the Erasmus programme each year and agree it’s one of the best experiences of their lives, but how do you make that all-important decision of where to go? Here’s some things to keep in mind…
There’s always loads of legal stuff involved in buying any property, but as a foreigner in Italy you’ll have extra paperwork to do. To buy a house, get a mortgage or even live there for anywhere over 90 days, you’ll need the following documents:
Italy is the country which receives the 5th most Erasmus students each year. There is an extremely rich culture in Italy and huge regional differences, so where is the best place for you to study in Italy?
Buying a house can be a lengthy and stressful process, and there’s often a lot of official hoops to remember to jump through. To be sure you don’t forget a thing, you can use this comprehensive checklist to tick these vital steps off as you go.
Between now and 2025, an estimated eight million international students will be involved in projects in the OECD area, and Italy is the perfect country to take advantage of this wave of young people to develop new student housing.
As you might have expected, life in Italy is very cheap. Nevertheless, it is important to spend some time assessing the cost of living before you decide to buy a property in Italy, whether you plan to live there or just want to buy a holiday home.