The summer of COVID-19 is the summer of the holiday home boom in Italy. According to the real estate experts at Tecnocasa, at this moment in Italy's seaside resorts, buyers want to close negotiations on their new holiday home quickly so that they can enjoy the property during the summer.
Luxury short-term rentals in Italy are a great alternative for the summer holidays this year, a summer season like no other, where travellers are facing the difficulty of finding COVID-free holiday destinations.
In Italy, there is strong growth in the rental market, especially in the short-term rental sector. According to data from Sceneri Immobiliari, in fact, this sector has grown from 11 to 18% over the past year, the highest increase in Europe.
Often homeowners who decide to use their property for short-term rentals have doubts about how to write a contract. For this reason, the Chamber of Commerce of Milan, Monza Brianza and Lodi has recently presented a contract model for rentals for tourist purposes.
Are short-term rentals affecting the long-term residential rental market? The problem, born with the recent affirmation of short-term holiday rental platforms, is not only an Italian problem, but is common throughout Southern Europe.
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?
From property tax changes to short-term rentals, the economic growth decree is a law that has been given the green light by the Italian House of Representatives and contains important measures for the real estate sector in Italy.
On 14th February, lovers all over the world celebrate their favourite holiday – Valentine’s Day. It’s an opportunity to show your loved one all the love and affection you feel for them by making this day truly unique and different from the usual daily routine.
In the first half of 2018, the profitability of the short-term rental sector increased in comparison with the same period last year, according to the third Halldis Short-Term Rental Observatory. idealista/news takes a closer look at its content.