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INTRODUCTION TO ITALY

Italy has become a hotspot not just for high-net value individuals looking for a second home.  The foreigners and their families and friends not only can enjoy the purchased properties but also earn an income from them. Italy is ranked as one of the world’s top five second-home destinations, with European and North American buyers particularly enjoying the beautiful lakeside lodges, snow-decked cottages for skiing and untouched beaches of the region.

Italy’s has many tax advantages. One of them is a flat tax policy has drawn interest from non-nationals, as it allows overseas residents (irrespective of their citizenship), who move to Italy and become Italian tax residents, to pay a lump sum form of taxation on all non-Italian sourced income for up to 15 years. Be sure to verify before your purchase the updates, because tax policies are changing in many countries every year.

Italy is recognised as a largely “no restrictions” country, property purchases in Italy are quite straightforward for non-nationals but sometimes can take up to 6 or 7 months to close.

It is essential to have a help of somebody you trust, to streamline the process and ensure it takes place legally. Transaction costs in Italy differ from property to property but can be up to 20% of the property value including foreign exchange fees, real estate commissions, notary, and legal fees.

If you’re looking for a rare historic property (either a Tuscan farm ranch, a castle or a palazzo), Italy is one of the top destinations in the world, with only France offering more castle-style properties for sale. On the opposite end of the upscale market, newly-built apartments are available but represent a smaller percentage of the real estate stock. But if you’re looking for a villa, there is definitely something elegant and unique for every buyer. 

The legalities around freehold and leasehold properties in Italy can be complex, so ensure you get appropriate professional advice. Most new-build Italian property is sold freehold, but this isn’t always the case with older and renovated properties. There are also historical, artistic, landscape, environmental or hydro-geological protections for some properties so it is vital you get the right guidance from your advisors.

 

Always take time to check before investing in a property which needs significant work. Ensure all legal checks are conducted and the renovations you want to make can be legally carried out before you sign any contracts.

 

You require an Italian bank account to purchase your chosen property. It needs to be done in person. Prior to opening the account, you will need to obtain your codice fiscale or tax code. You can apply for your codice fiscale either at the Italian Embassy in your home country or  at any Revenue Office in Italy. This code is essential for almost all day-to-day activities in Italy, including opening your bank account.

You can open an account at any branch of your chosen Italian bank, and you will need your passport, proof of address (even if abroad) and your codice fiscale.

Italy is one of the 27 member countries of the European Union and one of the 19 that make up the Euro Zone.

Italy is located in the southern Europe on the Apennine Peninsula. It has a distinct shape, resembling a kicking boot that makes it easy to recognize it on maps or even from space.

The Adriatic Sea borders the peninsula in the east, the Sea of Sicily in the south, the Ionian Sea in the southeast, the Ligurian Sea and the Tyrrhenian Sea in the west; all those seas are parts of the Mediterranean Sea.

Italy has international borders with Austria, France, the Holy See (Vatican City), San Marino, Slovenia, and Switzerland. It also shares maritime borders with Albania, Algeria, Croatia, Greece, Libya, Malta, Montenegro, Spain, and Tunisia. Two of the largest Mediterranean islands belong to Italy, Sardinia in the west and Sicily in the south.


The country covers an area of 301,318 km² (116,340 sq. mi.), compared, it is about 80% the size of Japan or slightly larger than the U.S. state of Arizona.

Italy has a population of more than 59.6 million people (in 2020), the capital and largest city is Rome (Italian: Roma). Other major cities are Florence, Milan, Naples, and Venice. Spoken language is (only) Italian.

REAL ESTATE IN ITALY

Any foreigner can buy and own a property in Italy or other European countries without any problem. There are no limits for non-citizens to buy properties in Italy. You only need someone who informs you about all the details and the most important thing, you need somebody who will supervise the entire purchase process, this way you do not make mistakes and closing will not last for months. Many documents need to be prepared, translated and followed up. 

The only thing that you need to purchase property in Italy is someone, who is able to inform you about all the details regarding the process and the most important thing, you need somebody, who will supervise the entire purchase process. This way you do not make mistakes and the selling process from the start to closing will not last for months. Many documents need to be prepared, translated and followed up. Additionally, you must obtain a CF (Codice Fiscale). It is a Tax ID Number. You can obtain it on Italian Consulate in your country or we can do it for you here for a fee.

 

There are also different visa options to obtain a residence if you buy a property or several properties for a value greater than a certain amount. Contact us to inform you what is the exact amount at this moment.

There are only a few remaining countries in Europe that still have available affordable properties. They are Spain, Italy and France. You can still find in these countries plenty of properties for fantastic prices in comparison with many other countries. Portugal is the sample how fast things can change. In Portugal were available many cheap properties in pre-covid era, but because of very convenient tax regime (that is was ultimately changed) and Golden visas (their requirements changed as well), the market went up very fast and today is very difficult find affordable properties in many part of this country.

 

Here you can see some samples, what you can still find in Italy for different budgets:

  • Under €100,000 Euro

    • One bedroom apartments 

    • Two bedroom apartments 

    • Three bedroom apartments

    • Small Townhomes

    • Land  

    • Plenty of other properties in need of reform

  • Starting from 200,000 Euro

    • Smaller apartments in pre-construction

    • Smaller new apartments

    • Big older apartment

    • Small traditional homes

    • Big Townhomes 

  • Starting from 400,000 Euro

    • New luxury apartments

    • Big traditional or country homes

  • Starting from 500,000 Euro

    • Big apartments in pre-construction

    • Big luxury new apartments

    • Big country homes

    • Apartment buildings

    • Luxury villas

    • Mansions

    • Castles

OUR STORY

After living in US and totally life changing during the challenging events in 2020 and 2021, we decided, like many other people, to do some radical changes in our life. We realized the right to travel is not guaranteed and that any government can restrict or even eliminate the travel as we know it in a few seconds. Our goal become to spend more time traveling through Europe, not just through US and for that reason we decided to purchase one property in Italy and one property in Spain.

We never purchased any property in US online, much less in Europe and now, because of traveling restrictions, we didn't have another other option than to purchase it online, without even seeing it in person. At this point, we didn't have any idea about the purchasing process in Italy or Spain. We were very well aware about risks involved in it, doing all that online only. We started to do some research and established some basic requirements and rules to avoid some of the risks related to our first purchases in Europe, totally online.

 

Here you can see our "List" with some basic requirements and rules to help to mitigate a risk purchasing the first property online in Italy:

  • The property has to have 1 bedroom. 

  • The property has to have parking.

  • The property has to be in a gated community.

  • The property has to have big terrace or some exterior space or private garden.

  • The property has to be located in medieval small town or village.

  • The property has to be located in mountains.

  • The property has to have traditional stone or medieval design.

  • The property has to be in good shape (not requiring too much work or renovation). 

  • Our first property in Italy has to be under €100,000 Euro (everything included).

  • The property has to be close to big cities.

  • The property has to be located in one of the following Italian regions (Tuscany, Umbria or Le Marche).

  • The property has to be in a tourist area, to be easily rented, if we decide in the future to purchase another property.

  • The property has to be in a tourist area, where we can find a management company if we decide to rent it.

  • Find a real estate agency and the real estate agent who have experience with foreign buyer's, speak the language, are willing to defend our interest, who is available to do a virtual showing, negotiate the price and be there for us if we need any help.

Many people don't realize that the advantage to purchase a property in Italy is not just the price, but the annual property taxes and many other costs related to real estate property (condo fees, garbage, gas, electricity, water, Internet, cable, etc.). Today, after we purchased our first property in Italy, we've realized that we would pay 3 or 4 times more for similar property in Florida (and here we are not talking about the difference in quality of construction), 5 or 6 times more for property taxes and 4 or 5 times more for association fees.

But let's go back to our story. After months of research and unanswered emails, text and calls form many real estate agents, we were finally able to find and select a few properties and some real estate agents, that were communicating with us and open to work with us. We were able to select a few real estate attorneys, that were claiming that they have experience to work with foreigners as well. We were able to find and select a few properties, some of them eliminated after we have seen the videos or the Life Video Walk-Troughs that they sent us and we finally decided to purchase 1 bedroom + 1 bathroom condo with a private garden on border of Tuscany (Umbria), that fit out criteria. 

 

From the start of our purchase journey, we did a lot of mistakes, spent a lot of money on things that we didn't need or did things that were totally useless, spent a lot of extra money choosing wrong banks for international transfers, spent a lot of time because we listen to a wrong advise, etc. The process of purchasing property in Italy is very safe, but if you are purchasing something online or even in person, without somebody defending your interest, a lot of small things can go wrong. In the end it is not a big deal, everything has a solution, but you can spend thousands or ten of thousands of dollars, if you are buying more expensive property, to fix it. It is really not worth it.

 

We learn a lot from our mistakes. We wouldn't use again or recommend to anybody the same real estate agency or the same law office that we used to. We lost a lot of time and spent extra money due to their lack of experience to work with foreign buyers and poor follow up in case of the law office. They didn't provide us with sufficient information about the process, but in the end we are very happy with our purchase and we are really enjoying our apartment and many trips through Italy and the rest of Europe, that we already did. We made a lot of changes in the apartment. We purchased new furniture and still we were able to spend less than €100,000 Euros.

 

Conclusion. We could spend easily €10,000 Euro less, if we had somebody with experience, who could helped us during the process, but we are happy that we were able to successfully closed on our first property in Italy and to have the starting point and base to purchase another one. Right now we are looking for our second property in Italy, in this case it is a typical Tuscan country home. We have a place to stay in Italy at this moment, so no rush, but we would like to find the prefect location during next year:-)

If you are planning or decided already to purchase any kind of property in Italy, be sure to contact us, so you have somebody, who have an experience, who can give you a lot of useful information and can help you through the process.

SOME OF THE PROBLEMS YOU WILL ENCOUNTER

You can find some websites online that are offering properties in Italy, but even if you find a property by yourself, you will find a lot of hurdles and problems related to your search. Here is a list of just some of the problem you could encounter:

  • Avoid using only the seller's real estate agency or real estate agent, who will inevitably defend the estate agent’s interests over yours.

  • Choose an independent real estate agent ,who’s only paid by you to defend your interests.

  • In Italy exist a little consumer protection, use always somebody who you know personally or who was recommended to you by somebody, who you trust. 

  • Some real estate agents can increase the price of a house above that agreed with the owner and pocketing the difference.

  • There are no national property listings (MLS) in Italy.

  • Commission charged by real estate agencies and real estate agents varies and properties may be advertised at different prices in different agencies.

  • Many real estate agencies and real estate agents don’t usually work during lunch hours and most are closed on Saturday afternoons and Sundays.

  • Some real estate agencies and real estate agents advertise ‘free’ inspection flights, which you must then pay for if you don’t buy anything.

  • Real estate agencies and real estate agents vary enormously in their efficiency, enthusiasm and professionalism.

  • Some real estate agencies and real estate agents can pressure you into signing contracts and paying deposits quickly, alleging there are queues of other clients waiting to buy the property (which may be true in some cases), but be careful, because you are loosing any negotiation power doing so too soon

  • Many real estate websites don’t show all properties for sale or the latest properties on their books.

  • Many real estate websites require prior registration to see any detail information regarding the properties.

  • Some real estate agencies and real estate agents are charging extra commission or fees on some extras in addition to the sale price (apart from the normal fees and taxes associated with buying a property).

  • Real estates agencies are just selling limited number of properties and many are not willing to show you another properties.

  • Many real estate agencies and real estate agents are just local and many are not able or willing to show you properties in other area.

  • Real estates agencies are just local and many are not willing to show you properties in other area.

  • Many sellers don't sign an exclusive listing agreement, that is the reason why many real estate agencies and real estate agents:

  1.  Are selling the same property

  2.  Many properties have no pictures of the exterior area of the property.

  3.  Many properties have no exact address publicly visible.

  • Many real estate agencies and real estate agents don't answer when you care trying to contact them.

  • Many real estate agencies and real estate agents don't want to work with you if you are not present.

  • Many real estate agencies and real estate agents don't work with foreigners.

  • Many real estate agencies and real estate agents have no or very little experience with foreigners.

  • Many real estate agencies, real estate agents, attorneys, solicitors and notaries have no experience with international transfers banking system.

  • Many real estate agencies and real estate agents don't speak your language.

  • Many real estate agencies and real estate agents charge very high commissions.

  • Many real estate agents are changing constantly the price of the listing and you can not see the history of property listing.

  • Many real estate agencies and real estate agents tell you that you can rent the property and you could realized later that is not true.

  • Many real estate agencies and real estate agents don't want to go and make for you a Life Video Tour of the property.

  • Many real estate agencies and real estate agents don't represent your interest, even if they are charging you a buyer's commission.

  • Many properties have no pictures.

  • Many properties have very few pictures.

  • Many properties have very bad pictures.

  • Many properties have rendering pictures instead of real pictures.

  • Many properties have no pictures of the view.

  • Many properties have pictures of the view, that are not from the property.

  • Many properties have pictures of the city or any other pictures not related to the property.

  • Many properties have pictures of the city instead of the property.

  • Many properties have no pictures of the property surroundings.

  • Many properties are not showing a property floor plans.

  • Many properties have no video.

  • Many real estate websites don’t show all properties for sale or the latest properties on their books.

  • Many real estates agencies are just selling limited number of properties and are not willing to show you another properties.

  • Many real estates agencies are just local and are not able to show you properties in other area.

  • Many real estates agencies are just local and are not willing to show you properties in other area.

  • Many real estate agencies and real estate agents are posting properties that are not for sale.

  • Many real estate agencies and real estate agents are posting properties that are sold already.

  • Many real estate agencies and real estate agents are posting properties that show pictures from another properties.

  • Many real estate agencies and real estate agents are posting properties that show pictures from various properties in the same listing.

  • Many real estate agencies and real estate agents will be trying to raise the selling price even, if the negotiation already ended and you paid a deposit.

  • We always recommend to use the attorney or solicitor, but many attorneys are charging the foreigners very high fees for any service related to real estate.

  • Avoid using the estate agent’s lawyer who will inevitably defend the estate agent’s interests over yours.

  • If you decide to use a lawyer, choose an independent lawyer who’s only paid by you to defend your interests.

  • Very few real estate agencies and real estate agents or attorneys (solicitors) or notaries give you a detailed information about the process.

  • Very little correct information regarding is publicly accessible.

  • Administration is very slow and bureaucracy is a big issue. If you don't have somebody, who knows how it works you could loose months with every single administrative act or procedure. 

  • Many real estate agencies and real estate agents are receiving commissions for referrals and you may therefore not receive independent advice.

  • Very few real estate agencies and real estate agents are able to deliver contracts in your language. All the documents are in local language only.

EXPERIENCE OF OTHERS

We spoke with some buyers, who didn't have anybody responsable on the spot when they purchased their property in Italy and their stories are not very appealing. Some of them purchased property in the area that they don't like, because they didn't see any pictures or video of the property. Some of them purchased properties in bad shape and had to spend a lot of extra money to fix it. Some of them purchased properties without any views, because they didn't have the option to see more pictures or video of surroundings. We were lucky that we had somebody, who did the work and made the video for us, before we made a final decision and make an offer. 

 

OUR EXPERIENCE WITH SOCIAL MEDIA  

Doing research online or contacting people on social media was very confusing. Many contradicting opinions and experiences. Italy has many communities and provinces. Each community or province has different rules and processes. Even if somebody tell you that this is working tis way, in your province it is working totally different.

CLOSING COSTS

A variety of fees are payable when you buy a property in Italy, which usually add a total of around 20 % to the purchase price. Many fees are mentioned without VAT/IVA that is 22 %, so you have to count with it to be be added to all the fees. Another small fees are a professional board fee (attorneys, real estate agents, geometra, etc.), that is a percentage of their fee, that has to be paid to their professional association.

THE FEES AND COSTS PAYABLE WHEN BUYING PROPERTY IN ITALY MAY INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:

  • Transfer tax (resale properties only).

  • Value added tax (new properties only).

  • Registration tax.

  • Translator fee

  • Stamp Duty

  • Geometra

  • Legal document tax (new properties only).

  • Land Registry tax.

  • Local property tax.

  • Retention fee.

  • Notary’s fee and Title Registration

  • Legal fees.

  • Deed registration fee.

  • Surveyor’s fee (optional).

  • Utility fees.

  • TARI

  • TASI

  • Seller's agent fee + VAT

  • Buyer's agent fee + VAT

TRANSFER TAX

You can buy your first house in Italy as a ‘first home or main residence’ as long as you take residence within 18 months. In this case you pay just 2 % transfer tax. If you think you may sell your property within 5 years or if you don’t think you can prove residency, then you should buy as a non-resident. The rates apply as a rule on the sale price declared in the deeds; in the case of transfer of residential property to physical persons the purchaser may apply for payment of the registration tax on the “cadastral value” (price-value) of the property, which is the value obtained by multiplying the cadastral income by the legal coefficient of 126 or 115.5 (if it is a first home), regardless of the actual amount of the sale price, even if it is higher than this value.

If you are buying as a non-resident (recommended if you are not staying in Italy for more than 6 months continuously) the tax will be 9% of fiscal value. The fiscal value of the house is based on the cadastral value of the property revalued at 5% then multiplied by a coefficient given by the cadastral category. Land is taxed at 12% but has a very low fiscal value (sometimes less than a euro per M Sq).

VALUE ADDED TAX

10 % unless it is a first home. 4 % in case of a purchase of the first home. Paid to Notary.

REGISTRATION TAX

50 - 200 Euro, depending if first home or not. Paid to Notary.

TRANSLATOR FEE

If you are not fluent in Italian, a translator for the signature (closing) is mandatory. Its fee is around 500 Euro, VAT included.

LAND REGISTRY TAX

50 - 200 Euro, depending if first home or not. Paid to Notary.

GEOMETRA FEE

Unlike the agent, who must be impartial under c.c.1754 of the Italian Civil code, the Geometra is paid by you to check both the legal and structural state of the house. The structural part of the Geometra’s survey is very basic. If you require a full building survey then this would be an extra fee, paid to a licensed structural engineer or the Geometra. The price for this kind of structural survey is typically between Euros 500-700, but could be more so it always good to get a quote. The Geometra then writes the preliminary contract and does the conveyancing. The best Geometras cost 2%. On top of this they have to pay 6% of 50% of this fee to their professional board. There will also be expenses to obtain certificates from the various public offices in order to make your purchase a secure one.

NOTARY FEE

The cost of the Notary is borne by the buyer and is a state controlled fee for their services to oversee registering the public contract of your house purchase. The Notary costs are between 1,800 – 5,000  Euro, depending on the cost of your property. For luxury properties, the fee can be sensibly higher. The amount includes all cadastral, legal, historic checks, including mortgage checks.

 

OUR DECISION AND SOLUTION

We decided to help all the future buyers we can and  we created this International Property Finder website to achieve this goal. We are already helping some buyers. Our many years of real estate experience from US, dual citizenship and the language knowledge are the key. 

We will make an initial free consultation with you. We will let you now which documents you need. We will send you properties that fits your needs and the websites where you can find properties with the criteria you are looking for. We will help you to make a selection of the right properties that fit your criteria and we will check the properties in person. We will make you a video or Life Video Tour not just of the interior and exterior of the property, but of the surroundings as well. We will check all the documents and supervise the whole purchase process. We can accompany you at the closing.

INTERNATIONAL PROPERTY FINDER

Who is an International Property Finder? What is exactly his role? An International Property finder is a real estate professional or a group of professionals, specialized in International market, who will help you to find an ideal property in another country.

Property Finder is:

  • the buyer's eyes

  • working for the buyer, not the vendor

  • minimizing the stress for the buyer

  • saving the time and money of the buyer

  • helping to find properties that are difficult to find

  • helping the buyer avoid a common pitfalls

  • supervising the purchasing process

  • helping to narrow the search

  • helping with the selection of the properties and the final decision

  • facilitating the video tour of the selected properties

THE PROCESS

The process of the purchase in Italy is not the fastest one and can take several months. Below you can find a list of some of the steps.

The Initial Conversation

This is when you will tell us what kind of property you are looking for, what is your budget and where in Italy you would like to purchase your property.

Signature of the Agreement to find the property

We will email you an agreement form to signed it electronically.

Commission Initial Deposit

You will make the initial deposit of the amount of 1,500 Euro (or the equivalent exchange rate in US dollars) to our account, that will be discounted from our final commission amount when the purchase is completed.

Documents

We will send you a list of documents to notarize, apostille or translate, that you will need for the purchase.

Property search

We will start our search and will be sending you different properties till you find the your favorites.  

Selection

You will select your favorites properties.

Showings/Viewings

We will go to see the selected properties in person to make a video or Life Video Walk Through.

Presenting an offer

When you choose the final property, you need to sign an offer and send it to the seller.

The Initial Deposit

At the same time you submit the offer you have to make a wire transfer with the initial deposit of the property (usually 10%).

Proof of transfer

A Proof of bank transfer of the initial deposit must accompany the offer.

Negotiation

If the seller does not accept your offer or make a counter offer, we negotiate the price until we reach an agreement.

Acceptance of the offer

At the moment the seller accepts the offer, he has to sign it and send a copy to the buyer.

Removal of the property off the market

The seller or the seller's agent will remove the property off the market.

Attorney review

If you don't have any real estate attorney, we can recommend you some attorneys and he/she can start the reviewing process of the property.


Final payment

As soon as the notary has all the documents of the two parties, the date of the signature (the closing) will be established and you as a buyer have to make the final wire transfer.

Proof of the wire transfer

A Proof of the bank wire transfer for the final payment must be sent to the Notary's office.

The Closing

The buyer and the seller go in person to sign the purchase/sale documents before the Notary where you will receive the keys.

 

COMMISSION

In Italy there is a big difference in commission structure in comparison with another countries. In many countries is the seller only, who is paying the whole commission. In Italy the commission is paid by both the seller and the buyer. The commission amount for each is between 3% and 5%. Total commission amount is between 6% and 9%. Our commission is always 3% only. You will not pay any other buyer's commission. Example: if the real estate agency is asking 9% (4.5% from the seller and 4.5% from the buyer), we will negotiate the commission with the real estate agency and you will pay only 3% as a buyer.

 

BUYER'S COMMISSION

If you are buying a property in Italy with us, our commission fee is €3,000 Euro for the property with a value up to €100,000 Euro. If you are interested to purchase a property with a value over €100,000 Euro with us, then you will be paying us a 3% commission fee.

 

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN OUR COMMISSION

Free initial phone or video conference consultation
Search of the property

Finding the right property

Helping you to select the properties
Visit of the selected the properties in person (up to 5 properties)
Life Video tour or video recording of the selected properties (up to 5 properties)
Your document revisions

Purchasing process supervision
Closing assistance in person

EXTRA VISITS 

You have included the visits in person up to 5 properties. If you need us to visit more properties, we are charging €120 Euro per any additional property visit.

 

EXTRA LIFE VIDEO TOURS  OR VIDEO RECORDINGS

You have included Life Video Tours or Video recordings in person up to 5 properties. If you need us to make additional Life Video Tour or Video recordings, we are charging €80 Euro per any additional property.

CODICE FISCALE

Additionally, you must obtain the CF (Codice Fiscale). We can take care of it and obtain your CF for a €120 Euro fee.

 

KEY HOLDING, SUPERVISION, EMERGENCY

If you decide to keep the property only for your personal use (you, your family or friends), we can hold the keys of your property during your absence for cases of emergency, and checking periodically your property making sure everything is ok for a €99 Euro fee per month. The contract agreement in this case is annual.

 

FULL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AND SHORT TERM RENTALS

If you decide to rent your property short term, we can take care of the rental process for a 20% fee of the monthly rental amount including the cleaning. The contract agreement in this case is annual.

CLEANING

If you need a cleaning service, we are charging a fee of €90 Euro for each cleaning or you can sign with us an annual contract agreement (minimum 12 cleaning per year) for €70 Euro per cleaning.

 

RENOVATION (DAILY SUPERVISION)

If you decided to purchase a property to restore or you need to make some addition, reparations, changes, purchase a furniture, etc, we can take care of the supervision process for a 15% fee of the whole renovation budget amount.
 

POWER OF ATTORNEY

If you are interested in giving us a Power of Attorney to handle the purchase process and related in your absence, we are charging a €400 Euro fee.

ASSISTANCE WITH UTILITY CONNECTIONS

If your property has no utility connections and you are interested to connect them, we are charging a €500 Euro fee. If you need just some of them (water, gas, electricity, Internet, Cable), the fee is €150 Euro per each.

ASSISTANCE WITH UTILITY TRANSFERS

If your property has utility connections and you are interested to transfer them to your name, we are charging a €300 Euro fee. f you need just some of them (water, gas, electricity, Internet, Cable), the fee is €90 Euro per each.

INTERPRET AND TRANSLATE SERVICES IN PERSON

If you are interested to translate or interpret any meeting in person we are charging a €90 per hour. 

 

INTERPRET AND TRANSLATE SERVICES ONLINE

If you are interested to translate or interpret any meeting online, we are charging a €70 per hour.

OTHER SERVICES

If you are interested services not mentioned, feel free to contact us for the availability and our fees.

OUR GOAL AND MISSION

Our mission is to enrich lives by allowing more foreigners to enjoy property ownership in Italy.

OUR ADVICE

If you are buying online be sure to have somebody, who will become your eyes and ears.

If you are buying in person, find somebody with a personal experience, who can supervise the whole sale process.

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