Buying land for building purposes can be a great idea if you want to build your own dream house but before you do so you have to be well informed in order to avoid incurring into serious risks. In this article we will discuss the basic steps involved in the process, and provide you with…

If you are thinking of purchasing a property in Italy you might want to learn more about the annual expenses involved. In fact, the Italian government allows people who own one house to pay less property taxes, however, people who own a second property or a holiday property in Italy are required to pay all…

Buying a property in Italy may seem quite daunting – the Italian bureaucracy is indeed known for causing confusion. However, even if buying a house in Italy is definitely different from buying a house in the USA, it is actually a straightforward process. Moreover, purchasing a property in Italy is perfectly safe and legal for…

If you decide to buy real estate in Italy, you might consider signing a Power of Attorney (Procura) in order to facilitate the process of purchasing a house. What is a Power of Attorney?     A Power of Attorney (PoA) is document which allows an individual (the “principal”) to grant another person (a trusted…

In our previous article we talked about Real Estate Due Diligence. But what happens next? If you have decided where to buy a house in Italy and are sure about your purchase, these are a few phases you will need to go through. First of all, the buyer will have to make a purchase offer….

Real Estate Due Diligence is becoming more and more relevant in Real Estate purchasing processes in Italy. It plays a very important role as the objective is to verify that the purchasing process is transparent and doesn’t hide any shady deals, especially before any offer is made. This is the reason why you shouldn’t jump into a deal immediately and should rely…

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)…

We all know how stressful buying a property can be, especially when you decide to do so in a foreign country. This article will provide you with an overview of the rules you need to follow in order to buy a property in one of the most beautiful countries in Europe. It is not easy…

The Italian Codice Fiscale, commonly known in English as “Tax Code” or “Fiscal Code” is an Italian identification number, which is similar to the U.S. Social Security Number. WHAT DOES THE CODICE FISCALE LOOK LIKE? The decree of December 23, 1976 of the Italian Ministry of Finance contains the norms that regulate the method for…

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