Property for rent in Italy
Paying your monthly rent to your landlord in Italy in cash is not necessarily illegal, but it can create difficulties for everyone involved.
Earn money by renting your home and put it up for sale at the same time... this is the Homefidence formula, launched by The Best Rent. CEO Cristiano Berti explained to idealista/news how it works.
How did the idea of Homefidence come about?
Speaking at the third annual immonext conference, the ideas forum organised by idealista to reflect on the past, present and future of the real estate market, Alessandro Ghisolfi, analyst at Abitare Co e Scenari Immobiliari, spoke about new trends in the Italian rental market.
When renting, there are two main players: the landlord and the tenant, each of whom has certain obligations to fulfil and legal rights. But what are the tenant's rights and obligations? Let's find out.
The tenant's rights
According to the HousingAnywhere European Rent Index, which analyses rental data in the most popular cities among students and young expatriate workers, Milan is one of the most expensive housing markets to rent a flat.
Are you looking for a different way to buy property? Do you want to buy a house in Italy but don’t have enough money yet? Try rent-to-own, the best alternative to long-term renting and buying property.
To avoid headaches in the future, it’s essential for a homeowner to choose carefully who they rent their apartment to and how they manage compliance with the rental contract.
Short-term lets are rising sharply in Italy.
In the first half of 2018, the profitability of the short-term rental sector increased in comparison with the same period last year, according to the third Halldis Short-Term Rental Observatory. idealista/news takes a closer look at its content.
The flow of tourists in Italy has steadily increased over the years and the real estate sector has been positively affected, with a consequent increase in the number of property sales.
Not all properties are suitable for short-term rental – only those with certain features.
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