Property for sale in Italy
Living in lockdown is an experience that has affected everyone in one way or another.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made many people rediscover the benefits of having a second home. Whether you already live in Italy and would like to buy a second home, or live abroad are considering buying a holiday home in Italy, now may be the perfect moment to do so. With the option of even being able
The crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic is having, and will continue to have, effects on many social and economic sectors in Italy.
Buying a house on Lake Como, one of the most famous lakes in Northern Italy, is a great option, both if you want to live in Italy all year round in a quiet place or if you fancy having a holiday home by the lake, a place where you can totally relax and enjoy "La Dolce Vita" at its finest.
The ever-increasing trend of teleworking could mean that more and more people choose to a move away from Italy's largest cities, destinations that have been popular up until now as they tend to house the offices and headquarters of large companies.
If the beach isn't your thing, then fear not, as Italy has so much more to offer than just beautiful coastline this summer.
The announcement of the "houses for 1 euro" scheme in Italy has been a great success in general, including the village of Sambuca in Sicily, a municipality in the province of Agrigento which was elected "Borgo dei Borghi" (the village of villages) in 2016.
Despite the temptation to save on commissions and fees, being assisted by a real estate agent when buying and selling property in Italy has countless advantages and is not to be underestimated, especially if you're an expat planning to move to Italy.
Property auctions are popular in Italy and are usually associated solely with houses or buildings in general. However, there is another unusual asset that can also be purchased at auction in Italy: vineyards.
The town of Taranto is a coastal town in the Apulia region of Southern Italy and is actually an ancient colony of Magna Graecia, rich in natural and historical beauty, as well as being the latest town to join the houses for 1 euro initiative, along with Cinquefrondi, another recent addition.
Living close to the beach is something that many people dream of and Italy could be the perfect choice for a new life by the sea. The Bel Paese is home to some of the best coastline in the world, from Liguria to Puglia, as well as the spectacular island of Sardinia.
In the Italian village of Luserna, in the province of Trento, the local authorities have just launched "Coliving collaborare condividere abitare" (Coliving: collaborate, share, live).