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If you have purchased your Italian property with the purpose of holiday
rental income in mind, there are two ways in which you can proceed in order
to accomplish that aim.
The first option would be to undertake the endeavour independently of any
professional assistance, in which case the following pointers may come in
- Find similar rental properties on the internet to get an idea of
rental rates, and what is included in those rates. If you offer more, More...
When choosing Italian estate agents with whom to view property, it is
important that you ensure they are regulated by law, professionally
qualified and licensed and hold indemnity insurance. They should be
registered with the local chamber of commerce (camera di commercio), with a
certificate issued by the local comune as proof of registration.
An agent should also be registered with the Italian association of estate
agents (AICI), the Italian federation of mediators and agents (FIMAA) More...
In order to get the most out of what may be a relatively short, but
activity-packed trip to Italy, it is of vital importance that you do your
homework before the tickets are even booked. Because between the initial
thought that you might like to purchase a property in Italy and the first
property viewing trip, you will have an awful lot to do and find out.
Fixing your objectives
How much can you afford to spend in total? This may include purchase
price, agency More...
Estate agents in Italy are hardly ever exclusive – a vendor will put
their house on sale with as many agents as possible. Your only obligation
as the client is to purchase through the agent that first introduced you to
the property even if you then proceed to view the property again with
another agent or the owner themselves.
As is the UK, estate agents in Italy will display a lot of their most
interesting properties in the windows of the agency, as well as in the
Here is a short glossary of some of the properties you may wish to
consider when looking to purchase in Italy:
Un Appartamento - an apartment or flat.
Un Bilocale - an apartment with two rooms.
Una Casa - a generic term referring to a house or home.
Una Casetta - a small house.
Una Casale - a farmhouse, or even a small hamlet.
Un Castello – a castle.
Una Casa Bifamiliare – a semi-detached More...