What do you do if the tenant in the apartment or house you’re leasing doesn’t pay? Do you need some sort of tool to claim the rent from defaulting tenants, saving time and money for both lawyers and condominium administrators while simplifying legal procedures?
The date for your Erasmus exchange is coming ever closer, but you still haven’t got a clue where you’re going to stay. As Michael Jackson said, you are not alone; idealista/news is here to help you! Read this article and get ready to find a place to live in Italy.
If you’re planning to rent out your property, the first thing you should do is to improve it with some changes to make it more attractive to the market. The more significant the improvements, the easier it will be to rent at a good price.
Being unsure about whether to rent or buy is fairly common. While it’s true that buying a house in Italy requires a hefty economic commitment at first, spending your entire life paying the rent on a property that will never be yours is not always appealing. So what do you do?
Whether you’re a tenant who’s just found the perfect place to rent or a landlord who’s renting one out, it’s important that you have all the necessary information in the rental agreement, either a contratto d’affitto or a contratto di locazione.