How to buy a house in Italy
You will need
- - international passport;
- - valid Schengen visa;
- - an account in an international bank;
- - money;
- - the Internet.
Determine which plan you want to buy in Italy. The choice of buyers are offered: apartments, apartments, townhouses, villas. Name variations may vary. For example, apartments are practically the same thing as an apartment, only it is assumed maintenance service at home (for which you will need to pay extra). Also, the apartments do not require registration.
Choose the city or locality where you want to buy housing in Italy. Apartments in megalopolises (for example, Milan, Rome), on the coast or ski resorts in the Alps will be much more expensive than in areas not so popular among tourists (for example, Kolabria, Apulia). This is due to the fact that apartments or villas, located as in the first case, you can rent in high seasons and get a good profit. In areas that are not popular with tourists, housing rent is much more difficult.
View sites with real estate offers in Italy.Compare prices, customer reviews on the work of agency staff. If you know Italian, study the servers where the “direct” offers from construction companies (for the primary market) and owners are located.
To buy a home in Italy, make an “irrevocable offer” for the property owner. Thus, you confirm the seriousness of the entire enterprise. When signing the proposal, you will have to make a deposit for the purchased property - 5-10% of the total cost. Keep in mind that in case of your subsequent refusal to purchase, this amount is not refundable, but is used as a penalty.
Open an account in an international bank, and also get a special tax number that will allow you to make transactions in Italy. After that, put the amount of 20-25% of the total cost of housing on the new account. This money is added to the past pledge. Then you and the seller make the so-called "preliminary contract", which must be registered in the state register.
The final contract of sale must necessarily be carried out in the presence of a notary who is represented by the state.This employee will check the transaction for its "purity", the absence of secret agreements between the seller and the buyer. Also, the notary regulates the payment of all mandatory taxes and fees for re-registration of housing to the new owner. Ownership is transferred to you immediately after signing the final contract. Official documents will be issued in two or three weeks.
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