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Buying a house in Italy? Let’s see why it might be a wonderful choice
3 Aug 2021
Either by investment or because you have decided to settle in Italy, the day comes when you consider buying a house in Italy, taking into account that the purchase of a real estate property is always an important investment, we always recommend that you choose an advisor for the process of buying your property.
With an important cultural, artistic, natural and gastronomic wealth, “Italy is the country of beauty” has many luxuries that attract wealthy buyers or other people from the middle strata. With its iconic capital, Rome, it is the eternal city that holds the promise of a journey back in time, of an adventure to discover the power of the Roman Empire or its influence on Baroque and Renaissance art.
Italy and mainly its capital is the metropolis of “dolce vita”, or in its vicinity, and many regions of Italy, there are a variety of options from luxury apartments and penthouses, houses in the main cities of the country, even farmhouses in Italy.
Some alternatives in regions to buy a house in Italy
Milan is a city of fashion, a city made for men and women, where it is possible to find a high-class home or luxury houses with Art Nouveau, neoclassical or modern facades. Italy is a set of different and varied regions, such as Veneto with the mythical Venice, Liguria with Genova, Portofino, Cinque Terre; central Italy with the cultural towns of Florence, Assisi, Siena, and Tuscany, the green lung of the country, where prestigious properties are highly appreciated for their refinement and tranquility.
With its 7,500 km of coastline, Italy has high-end maritime towns, such as Sardinia, whose luxury villas are particularly appreciated by VIPs.
Reasons to purchase a house in Italy
The main reasons why purchasing a house in Italy is a bargain, simply put, are:
- The uniqueness of the places, rich in natural and artistic beauties.
- It has a characteristic Mediterranean climate, with warm weather in summer and mild to cold temperatures in winter.
- The quality of life, which combines good cuisine, relaxation and fun.
- The real estate market is quite stable and offers a very wide range of properties.
Italy offers breathtaking landscapes, from the crystalline coasts of Sardinia and Sicily, to the historical beauties of Rome, Florence and Venice; the snow-capped peaks of Valle d’Aosta; the exuberant nature of the Lombardy lakes (Garda, Mayor and Como); or the hills of the interior of Tuscany.
Quality of life
The “Made in Italy” is famous all over the world: for fashion, cuisine and wine. The cuisine is varied and each region is home to excellent recipes and dishes.
Their wine is world famous and the shopping is of the highest level, as many of the most important firms are Italian. The size of the cities and the usually short distances between different types of landscape offer an exceptional quality of life, with all services always at your fingertips and endless possibilities for entertainment, culture, sports and nightlife.
Location: Italy, central Europe
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