Buying a property in Italy as a foreigner can be difficult, and in most cases, it is advisable to get the help of a Real Estate agent. In Italy, by law an agent must be registered with the local chamber of commerce (camera di commercio) and hold a certificate issued by the local municipality (comune)…

If you’re thinking of investing in Italian real estate, perhaps for your own private residence or as an investment, you’ll need to consider a number of costs that are associated with buying your own piece of Italian soil. In addition to the cost of the property, you will find that there are a number of…