The property capital gain (plusvalenza sugli immobili) is the positive difference between the amount received at the time of selling a property and the purchase price or the construction cost of this, increased by the inherent costs. But when do you have to pay the property capital gain?
Did you know there’s actually an alternative way to sell your house in Italy? A loophole in Italian law means you can sell a property but still stay the legal owner, and it’s called vendita immobile con riserva di proprietà.
Earn money by renting your home and put it up for sale at the same time... this is the Homefidence formula, launched by The Best Rent. CEO Cristiano Berti explained to idealista/news how it works.
How did the idea of Homefidence come about?
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.