The year 2020 witnessed an unprecedented surge of projects concerning properties that were sold for 1 or 2 euros. These projects were launched by a number of Italian municipalities, such as Sambuca (Sicily) and Santo Stefano di Sessanio (Abruzzo) to achieve an important goal, i.e. repopulating small semi-inhabited municipalities (read our article here). It seems…

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…

                    

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