The Italian government has released its latest set of measures to help the country recover in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis under another emergency decree. This most recent August decree contains some new and extended measures from previous decrees.
Face masks remain compulsory
Is it better to buy a house or rent? Both have their advantages and pitfalls and this eternal question is now even more relevant in Italy due to the coronavirus health pandemic, a changing real estate market and new trends in the market.
With Italy's "Cura Italia" (cure Italy) decree law due to the coronavirus and in the midst of economic uncertainty, several measures have been introduced to help vulnerable and money stretched residents affected by the pandemic, including the possibility to request the suspension of first home mortg
What were the mortgage trends in Italy at the end of March? Let's have a look at the statistics for the financing of property purchases after the first month of health emergency according to Tecnocasa.
Have you agreed to take out a mortgage but the coronavirus crisis has got in the way of the paperwork? Or were you still considering what kind of loan to take out? Here's what you can and can't currently do regarding mortgages right now.
The government's business plan to deal with the economic consequences of the coronavirus is taking shape. First and foremost, the budget for the emergency situation has been increased to 25 billion euros.
Mortgages, especially for Eurirs (Euro Interest Rate Swap), the reference for fixed-rate contracts are falling in Italy. How much could you save today by taking out a mortgage? Let's have a look at some calculations made by Facile. it.