Property for rent in Italy
Being unsure about whether to rent or buy is fairly common. While it’s true that buying a house in Italy requires a hefty economic commitment at first, spending your entire life paying the rent on a property that will never be yours is not always appealing. So what do you do?
Original article written by condominioweb
Whether you’re a tenant who’s just found the perfect place to rent or a landlord who’s renting one out, it’s important that you have all the necessary information in the rental agreement, either a contratto d’affitto or a contratto di locazione.
Original article written by houzz