The process for buying a property in Italy follows several steps and requires some specific knowledge that is often hard to understand for foreigners than it is for Italians who are used to it.
With this video, Danilo aims at answering the most frequently asked questions that we often get from clients, both Italian and foreigners, explaining at the same time the three main milestones of every purchase: formal offer of purchase, preliminary agreement of sale and final purchasing deed.
We’ll then discuss the professional roles involved in the process (real estate companies, lawyers, notaries…), taxes, fiscal obligations and the different ways one can buy a property in Italy.
LUXURY APARTMENTS FOR SALE IN PIAZZA DEL DUOMO, FLORENCE
In a unique position in Piazza del Duomo, inside a restored palazzo, luxury apartments with terraces for sale. The two units (260 sqm in total) are currently independent but could be easily joined together to have a single huge exclusive residence with 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and two beautiful terraces where you can almost touch the cathedral.
Unique investment opportunity for those who are looking for either a private house in the heart of Florence or rental property in one of the world’s most beautiful cities.
Services are all available in the immediate vicinity, thanks also to the central location of the property inside Florence. Moving throughout Italy is very simple as well since the Santa Maria Novella train station is just 10 minutes away from the property on foot.
Romolini Immobiliare - Christie's International Real Estate offers luxury properties for sale throughout Italy.
Our agency offers farmhouses and farms for sale in the most beautiful regions of the peninsula: farmhouses with vineyards for sale in the Chianti hills, prestigious wine estates for sale in the hills of Umbria, historic villas for sale in the most beautiful cities in the world (Florence, Rome, Venice and Amalfi).
In the most important and well-known cities of Italy, Romolini Immobiliare offers a wide selection of prestigious apartments, hotels, spa resorts, noble palaces: luxury apartments for sale in Florence, luxury penthouses for sale in Rome, historic buildings in sale in the beautiful Venice.
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The city of Florence, the result of multiple expansions of the old Roman fortress of Florentia, is nowadays a concentration of historic palazzo, museums and incredible churches from many different periods. The actual historic center (Piazza del Duomo, Piazza della Signoria, Piazza della Repubblica, Piazza Pitti) is encircled by the Viali di Circonvallazione and includes the neighborhood of Oltrarno.
Places worth mentioning are the Lungarni (Vespucci, Acciaiouli, Armando Diaz, Zecca Nuova, Lungarno Guicciardini, Lungarno Torrigiani, Serristori, Benvenuto Cellini, delle Grazie, Corsini, Cristoforo Colombo), Campo di Marte (Piazza della Libertà), Porta al Prato (Stazione Leopoldina), Serpiolle-Careggi (where Florence’s hospital is located), Porta Romana (Piazzale Michelangelo), Bellosguardo, Isolotto, Coverciano, Bolognese and Settignano.
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STUNNING CASTLE, BOUTIQUE HOTEL FOR SALE IN PIEDMONT
At the borders of Monferrato, in Piedmont, we find this beautiful noble castle with park. The finely restored building, offers a total of 10 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms and is currently a boutique hotel with congress hall and restaurant. The outdoor areas, roughly 6,900 sqm covered for the most part by a well-maintained park, are the ideal frame for al fresco events and ceremonies.
The castle has been mentioned in official documents since 1367, when the town ended up in the hands of Galeazzo Visconti. Between the 18th and the 19th century, the new owners carried out a series of works of restoration and consolidation, creating the still-existing entrance gate with the guard tower above. The property can also claim the title of Royal castle, since in the 19th century it was bought by Queen Maria Cristina of Naples and Sicily, queen consort of Sardinia as wife of King Charles Felix.