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If you're thinking of buying property in Italy, whether you're planning to move or make an investment, then an important thing to consider is the availability and popularity of different property types in the country, especially due to changing property market trends in Italy as a result of the coro
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How long does it take to sell a property in Italy? As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a slight deterioration in residential sales times in the first part of 2021 compared to 2020.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to sweep across Europe, Italy included, and lockdowns and travel restrictions continue to affect daily life.
In spite of the COVID-19 pandemic, Italy saw record increases in house prices in 2020. According to the regular Istat housing index (from the Italian National Institute of Statistics), values show an increase of 1.9% over the past year.
When it comes to property buying trends in Italy in 2020 and 2021, an analysis by the Tecnocasa Group's Studies Office has studied house sales made through its affiliated agencies, focusing on the percentage of sales of main residences, holiday homes and investment properties in Italy. If you're pla
The year 2020 in Italy will go down in history as the year of social distancing and staying at home, something which has had and will continue to have a lasting effect on the property market in Italy.
According to recent data from the Knight Frank Global Residential Cities Index, Turkish cities have dominated the global ranking of cities with rising residential property prices in the third quarter of 2020.
Buying property in Italy can be a great investment.
Some of the fundamental changes already underway in the real estate market in Italy and across the world, driven by technology and demographics, were accelerated by the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.
A new report entitled the "Wooden Houses and Buildings Report" (Rapporto Case ed Edifici in legno) produced by Assolegno (the Association of Woodworking and Construction Industries in Italy) has released new data showing that wooden properties in Italy, as well as prefabricated wooden houses, are on
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.