Sometimes a few simple tricks are enough to change the feel and appearance of our home. The German company Sto has prepared these 5 tips for those would like to make their home more comfortable.
1. Plenty of natural light
When you put your house on the market, it’s because you want to sell fast, but how can you sell your house quickly while increasing the property value? Today, we look at which home improvements add the most value so you can get more money, faster.
These days, there is a multitude of environmentally friendly building materials that you can use in your home. Old types of floors, paints and furniture can emit harmful substances, whereas these new eco materials can keep both you and the planet safe from pollution.
Energy efficiency measures on your house in Italy, such as installing solar panels and radiator valves, can benefit from Italian tax breaks. Let's see which taxes, how much money you can save and when to deduct expenses.
Buying property in Italy has never been easier or cheaper, thanks to a scheme to sell houses in abandoned villages in Italy for 1 euro. On the paradise island of Sicily in southern Italy, one abandoned village is doing just that, but there’s a catch.
The Italian government’s 2019 budget has officially approved an extension this year for the restructuring bonus, i.e. the tax deduction of 50% for construction and renovation work carried out on private properties and on the commonly owned parts of condominiums.
Winter is coming and that mean the fuel bills can start to ramp up. To make sure you don’t pay too much to stay warm in your house when the temperatures drop in Italy, it's important to know how to regulate the heat in your home.
The Law and Tax Firm Studio Legale Magaraggia is happy to inform you about a very interesting business opportunity, provided by the EU through the Region of Puglia, that you can take advantage of when buying or renovating Italian real estate.
Original article written by Houzz
When designing your own bedroom, it can be easy to make some mistakes that completely ruin the final result. Our friends at Houzz show us the 10 most common design errors and how to avoid them.