The boom in the real estate market in Italy The jump of 54.5% to 4.9 billion euros is a big signal coming from the first half of 2019. The transactions volume in the first 6 months of 2019 regarding corporate real estate investments in Italy rose to 4.9 billion euros, it is 54.5% more than the same period of 2018. You can see more details in the Prelios Report “The… Read More »The boom in the real estate market in Italy
From a fiscal point of view, the capital gain represents the gain that the owner gets by selling a property at a higher price than the purchase price. Our tax system provides for the taxation of the capital gains deriving when the properties are sold within five years from the purchase date. In these case, is it considered a speculative transaction, carried out for the sole purpose of enriching the… Read More »Property Sale Tax: how to not pay the capital gain, the Italian “Plusvalenza”.
The Italian market is been for years one of the biggest NPL international playgrounds leading, for this reason, many Italian and international investors to our distressed credit market opportunities. Let’s try to better explain the current situation in Italy. The growing demand for Italian NPLs by new investors could push the sale of non-performing loans backed by real estate (secured). This can also be seen from the report of CBRE… Read More »NPL and the Italian real estate opportunity for the international investors.
Buying a House in Preforeclosure in Sardinia, Italy. You can find some hidden gems in this alternative purchase! There’s a very good real estate opportunity in which one might buy a property from a homeowner in financial distress before actual foreclosure proceedings have occurred. It is a complex legal procedure and takes time, but it worth it. As a prospective homebuyer in Italy interested in bargain properties and affordability, you… Read More »Buying a House in Preforeclosure in Sardinia, Italy.