Property for sale in Italy
From Tuscany to Florence and beyond, Italy is home to iconic rolling hills, and buying a property here is one of the best options to fully enjoy the beauty of the countryside, especially in autumn with the glorious colours that the foliage-aflame hillsides have to offer.
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Having a house with a heated indoor pool and spa is an absolute luxury, especially now that autumn is here, it's cold outside and you don't want to leave the house unless necessary.
Home automation, intelligent or smart homes are starting to be an important part of the Italian real estate market, and in recent months they have become even more important due to lockdown where the country was forced to remain at home.
During the pandemic, the real estate industry in Italy was greatly affected due to the fact that visits to properties couldn't be carried out as normal and the market saw itself paralysed for months.
If you're planning on investing in property in Italy, then it's a good idea to get an idea of how much Italians generally spend when buying a house in Italy's main cities. A recent analysis by the Tecnocasa research office has focused on how much people spent when purchasing property in Italy in Jul
Now could be the perfect time to begin the search for your dream home in Italy, as many sellers are slashing house prices. There are lots of great deals on offer and these attractive discounts will be catching the eye of many potential buyers.
The lockdown period due to the coronavirus crisis has changed our perception of space and consequently, housing needs and the priorities of buyers.
The COVID-19 health emergency, and its most extreme consequence, lockdown, in addition to causing an economic crisis, has confronted governments, citizens and architects with the reality that the growth rates and urban density of the cities in Italy and beyond are no longer sustainable.
Do Italian singles prefer to buy a house or rent one? And what are the best options for single people thinking of moving to Italy? Tecnocasa's Study Office has taken a look at the housing trends of those who live alone in Italy.
To find your dream home in Italy at the best price, one of the best strategies is to look for a property for urgent sale. Often due to an imminent move or even an inherited house, there are many properties in Italy that need to be sold quickly.
At a time when the real estate market remains favourable as far as prices are concerned, investing in property in Venice could be a good idea in order to secure a place in Italy's most romantic city.