Property for rent in Italy
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There is good news for those who are renting property in Italy, as rental support measures which were introduced during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic are being extended for 2021 and beyond.
In Italy, it is necessary to register a rental contract, something which could incur a penalty in the case of late registration, along with the other costs that need to be covered, according to a recent statement from CTR Lombardia (the Lombardy Regional Tax Commission).
How much do you have to pay to register a rental contract in Italy? What are the costs involved? Let's have a look at everything you need to know, according to the Italian Inland Revenue.
We know that this summer 2020 is a little different than may have been expected a few months ago, but that doesn't mean that visiting Italy's spectacular coastline this summer isn't an option.
Renting property is different everywhere you go, and if you’ve never rented an apartment in Italy before, then you could be in for some surprises as the process can be quite different to other European countries and also varies from region to region.
Many pet-owning tenants have a tough time finding a suitable rental home in Italy, as often landlords do not embrace the idea of a pet living in their property. But can the lease of a residential property in Italy include a ban on keeping pets?
The summer of COVID-19 is the summer of the holiday home boom in Italy. According to the real estate experts at Tecnocasa, at this moment in Italy's seaside resorts, buyers want to close negotiations on their new holiday home quickly so that they can enjoy the property during the summer.
Until Monday 18th May 2020, residents in Rome can apply for the extraordinary rental support measures announced by the government, a measure which differs in the regions of the country.
In the midst of the coronavirus emergency, the issue of buying and renting property is of great interest for many residents, especially the topic of rent support. Many in this period of paralysis have seen their income significantly reduce or in some cases even disappear.
What are the options for young people living in rented accommodation? Whether you're a student living in a university rentals or even renting your main home, let's have a look at the options available with the help of data from Tecnocasa in Italy.
Is it possible to rent a property without leaving home and by only using online procedures? The answer, during the health emergency we are experiencing in Italy and beyond, is actually more complex than it would be in ordinary conditions.