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The Italian Elective Residence Visa

on Apr 15, 2018 | 0 comments
The visa for elective residence permits to enter Italy, for the purpose of the stay, for the foreigner intending to settle in Italy and is able to support him/herself, without working.
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IlSole24ore: Italian real estate: transactions increasing 6%-10% in 2016

on Jan 15, 2016 | 0 comments
A new positive mood permeates the Italian real estate residential sector. The optimistic sentiment is due to the increasing number of house sales in the first part of 2015. The forecasts are now less grim than before. In the opinion of Moody’s, Italy’s housing market shows a slow pace in the ongoing gradual recovery.
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Property Taxes in Italy: What’s in Store for 2016?

on Jan 11, 2016 | 1 comment
The government is launching new measures concerning Property Taxes in Italy to lower tax burden and boost the property market for this coming 2016. To clear away some of the fog that surrounds that tangled issue here is your ultimate Italy property tax guide.
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CLASSED IN: Fiscal, Fiscal updates, Latest News

Apartment for sale in Sardinia: yes and just for ONE Euro!

on Mar 24, 2015 | 4 comments

Old houses or apartments for sale at ONE euro. Here is the proposal of "Sardegna Vera" for the recovery of towns or areas today abandoned in Sardinia. With an advantage for the owner: he is no longer paying unnecessary fees. And three for Sardinia: requalification of real estate, new dynamics for the construction industry and maybe a real home for young couples.
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The influence of tax and policy changes on luxury market activity

on Sep 8, 2014 | 0 comments

Government actions relating to taxation and lending standards can significantly influence buyers worldwide, including luxury home buyers. In nearly all of the cities examined, recent changes to capital gains taxes, wealth taxes, transfer taxes, mortgage restrictions, and secondary residence taxes have created notable catalysts in the market. This section explores how specific policy changes have affected the markets in France, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, the United States, and Canada.
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Quid of the IMU for Italians living abroad?

on Mar 8, 2014 | 0 comments

In the light of the overall reform of property taxation that the government was committed to developing by 2013, particular attention should be given to the implementation of the IMU on properties held by Italians living abroad

In its deliberations, the Italian government considered these houses as second homes, with emphasis on the principle of priority housing and ignoring the specificity and the crucial role that these houses have for Italian citizens who have emigrated abroad.
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