If you are interested in buying a property in Italy, one of the requirements is that you hold an Italian Tax Code (or Codice Fiscale). In one of our previous articles we described what an Italian Tax Code entails; this article instead will focus on the process of obtaining one and it will analyze the…

If you are planning on purchasing the property of your dreams perhaps in a Mediterranean country, Italy has a real estate market with a wide range of properties at very competitive prices. Arguably, the most affordable properties are the ones which require a few renovations works. Drawing from this, this article aims to provide you…

Besides being Italy’s largest lake, Lake Garda is one of most well-known tourist attractions for its charming beauty seduces at first sight. The Lake is surrounded by small villages and it is spread through three regions: Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino Alto Adige. There are several ways of getting to Lake Garda although the easiest and…

Buying a property in Italy consists of a number of stages which might sound daunting from both a legal and bureaucratic point of view, especially to foreigners who do not speak Italian. Therefore, this article will aim to explain the main stages of the purchasing process in Italy in order for you to have a…

If you are dreaming about moving to the so-called Bel Paese to start a new life you will probably find information about the cost of living very helpful. Therefore, it will be the aim of this article to provide you with an overview of the cost of living in Italy, from housing to healthcare and…

Is it better to buy or to rent a property in Italy? Although owning a property can satisfy one’s need or desire for stability, some foreigners prefer to rent a property first in the area they like before purchasing the house of their dreams. Therefore, if you are planning on moving to Italy in the…

The process to obtain permanent residency in Italy is rather long and it is subject to a number of regulations. Among these is that owning a property in Italy does not automatically allow you to reside in the country permanently. Nevertheless, there are different types of visas and residency permits that allow non-European citizens to…

The rousing motto “If you want something done right, do it yourself” can be risky when international real estate transactions are involved. In fact, international real estate professionals who have in-depth knowledge of the Italian real estate market are essential in cross-border real estate transactions, especially if the buyer is unfamiliar with the Italian real…

The year 2020 has been characterized by unprecedented historical events. Among these, the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union, which came into effect on December 31st 2020, has drastically changed the political and economic scenario in Europe. However, despite the climate of uncertainty surrounding these changes, there are still a few things…

In the past few years the idea of moving to Italy has captured the imagination of many people who have decided to purchase a property in Italy either to spend their holidays there or to relocate to the country. Purchasing property is not always a straightforward process and even more so if you are unfamiliar…

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