Property for sale in Italy
The real estate market is in constantly being shaken up.
Opportunities and real estate balance, discounted properties, offers on property prices… this and much more is in the selection of the best second-hand houses for sale in Italy.
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If you like spending your holidays in the Italian mountains, buying yourself a second house in high altitudes can be a good option. Here we will tell you about prices per square metre in the main destinations according to data from the real estate platform, idealista.
On our portal you will find several announcements with the text: Urgent sale – Urgent realisation - Urgent property sale.
One good way to get a great deal below the market price when you buy a house in Italy is to look for homes that somebody has inherited in a will and wants to sell.
Holiday homes continue to be a good business in Italy: prices in beach, lake and mountainous tourist areas are dropping. An analysis by Tecnocasa.
Holiday homes: Prices have dropped more than 30% in 10 years
Amongst the Italian state properties which are found for sale via online auctions, there are also old convents. Here we’ll show you some of them.
According to data from the research office of the real estate portal, idealista, the decrease in house prices Italy continues. The prices only increase in Tuscany (+1,2%) while the largest drop was recorded in Sardinia (-14,8%).
If you’re thinking about buying a house in Italy whose price has been reduced significantly, this could be the perfect time. In September, many property owners try to sell their homes quickly by slashing the prices.
Did you know there’s actually an alternative way to sell your house in Italy? A loophole in Italian law means you can sell a property but still stay the legal owner, and it’s called vendita immobile con riserva di proprietà.
Buying a property for sale at auction in Italy is a great way to get a bargain. Italian repossessed property that is sold at house auctions (known in Italian as case in vendita all'asta) can help you save money when compared with the market value of other real estate investments.
When buying, renting and selling property in Italy, it can be hard to get your head around all the red tape, not to mention the language barrier.
Having a house by the sea is still a dream for Italians and expats alike, both as a holiday home for personal use and for investment purposes. Today, Tecnocasa helps idealista/news give a snapshot of the real estate market for seafront homes in northern Italy.