Amazing Italy … Washed by four seas, this tourist paradise attracts lovers of travel and beautiful life. Why put off chic for later? The acquisition of real estate in this country is the first step towards a decent life, which you undoubtedly deserve.
Italy can offer you a variety of real estate options. First of all, it is important to decide on the purpose of the acquired property, to select the area and the maximum budget for the purchase. You can offer from exclusive villas to small apartments. And most importantly – decide for yourself whether you will live seasonally or permanently in the corner of your Italian dream. When searching for offers for sale, immediately stipulate and clarify all the details of the transaction, especially financial issues. It is better to work through a legally competent intermediary.
Regarding new products in the mortgage market, areas such as Calabria and Liguria are gaining popularity. Why are they so attractive?
Calabria today is a fairly inexpensive investment attractive region in the south of Italy; according to the price policy, apartments fluctuate around 70,000 euros.
The famous Liguria is one of the most respectable and luxury areas, and the prices correspond to the image of the region – from 150,000-170,000 euros per apartment. Or maybe you are interested in the area of Lake Como, in northern Italy? The deepest lake in Europe is a beautiful, and most importantly, a liquid and promising investment option. Here is the cleanest air, according to experts. And you won’t find a better location – 50 minutes to the world fashion capital – Milan. Close to Como and the famous Verona. And proximity to the Alps is an important factor. And it doesn’t matter whether it is winter or summer, only the Alps can be better than the Alps. So fabulous landscapes and the best ski slopes for your family will provide a magical vacation. Excellent fishing, glamorous restaurants and clubs, constant air connections with Moscow and Kiev. Many successful people right here find new options for the development of their business, because where else can you meet so many businessmen. Who knows, maybe in this resort you will meet your investor or a new business partner.
Buying Property in Italy
If you want a one-million-dollar house, then Venice is waiting for you – a city of palaces, elegant bridges, narrow winding streets … Buying property here is not easy, because it’s like buying status. And the cost of apartments here is from a million.
Florence is also a popular museum city. The price per square meter in Florence will be about 2,000 euros, if it is not a historical building.
And, of course, the capital of Italy is Rome. This is one of the most expensive cities. One meter of Roman real estate can be found from 3000 euros.
The main thing – do not believe the ads. They are designed for foreigners, and the information is far from true. By the way, prices in Italy are usually good, overpriced, so do not hesitate to bargain. There it is always appropriate. But hurry, because after signing all the documents, bargaining is no longer relevant. Signing an agreement with the seller automatically means that negotiations with other potential buyers are interrupted. The down payment for the property is from 8 thousand euros.
The next stage lies in the legal plane – signing the preliminary contract of sale, this is a legal guarantee of the agreement. For this, the notary will prepare a special extract from the real estate register. Now you need to pay 30% of the value of the property to the seller, the services of an intermediary, a notary and taxes. If you change your purchase plans, you lose your security deposit. If the buyer for some reason changes his mind about selling, he will reimburse you a double deposit. And only when you fully pay the seller, you can be considered the full owner of an Italian apartment, villa, or maybe a castle. In the case when you have enough money to immediately pay for the purchase, you can not make a preliminary contract.
The main thing is to choose a good notary, since a lot depends on him. According to Italian law, a notary public does the following:
Draws up a contract of sale;
Checks the purity of the sale of real estate, is responsible for the honesty and transparency of the transaction;
Must explain to the seller and buyer their responsibilities and legal nuances;
Responsible for controlling payment and re-registration of property;
Certifies the transaction in accordance with Italian law.
But do not forget that the purchased apartments do not give you the right to live in the country of dreams, so that settle visa issues on time. Or, as an option, for permanent residence in Italy, you can marry / marry an Italian (ku) or create your own business. In the latter case, you will greatly facilitate the procedure for obtaining a residence permit.