Property purchase: The three steps to buy property in Italy.

Understanding the process of buying property in Italy through an italian real estate agency.

Understanding the process of buying property in Italy through an italian real estate agency. Read more.

Villa surrounded by 18,610 sqm of land. Trivento. Molise.

Characterful stone house fully restored with garden. Agnone. Molise.

Large villa of 240 sqm, composed by two apartments and a garage, surrounded by 18.610 sqm of land. 135.000 €. View Property.

Villa for sale in Crecchio, 10 km far from the beach. Abruzzo.

Villa with two apartments, large garden with vineyard in Crecchio, Abruzzo.

Villa of 240 sqm, large garden with vineyard and well. Possibility to install a swimming pool. 145.000 €. View Property.

Villa at 13 km from the beach with 140 olive trees. Cupello.

Beautiful villa with breath-taking view of the Adriatic sea, Majella mountain and rolling hills. Molise, Italy.

Large country house surrounded by 10.645 sq. m. of land with olive grove. 109.000 €. View Property.

Main Residency or Holiday House?

The tax on your first property purchase in Italy is 2% of the cadastral value. However you must obtain residenza (residency) within 18 months from the purchase, otherwise you will have to pay an additional 7% of the cadastral value, plus interest and a fine. The cadastral value is usually less than the purchase price of the property.

On your second house (holiday house) the tax rises to 9% of the cadastral value.

To purchase agricultural land in addition to that for sale with a house, you will pay 12% of the cadastral value. For building plots the tax is 15% of the cadastral value.

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