Property for sale in Italy
According to the latest research of the Italian Revenue Agency the Italian real estate market reported a significant volume growth in sales, from+ 0,3% of the Centre capitals to + 12,2% of the South ones.
Buyers interested in property for sale in Italy located in towns that are not capitals exceeded that ones in Italian capitals.
The areas of greatest interest and that offer greater possibilities of remuneration in case of sale or rent are Puglia and in particular the Salento.
Following Sicily and in particular the Valley of the Temples and then Ragusa and Syracuse.
For those but the mountain the best areas are the most requested Trentino Alto Adige certainly
Obviously you can never talk about the real estate market in Italy if you do not take into consideration the Lazio and in particular the sale of real estate in Rome considered by experts in the sector the symbol city for international real estate investments.
Data confirm that Ponte Ligure and Valle d’Aosta are very dynamic thanks to the big offer of properties for sale as second house and to the higher number of foreign buyers interested in property for sale in Italy.
The aforesaid research has also evidenced the power of the largest cities in northern Italy such as Milan, Turin, Genoa, Venice and Bologna, all them in the top ten for property for sale in Italy.
The market of property for sale in Italy is in decline in Rieti (-7,3%), L’Aquila (-5,3%), Sondrio(-5,3%,) in some province of Benevento and Isernia and in some areas of central Italy such as in the Marches region with the sole exception of Ancona.
In the opposite pole there are Lucca(+15,5%), Trapani (property for sale+11,5%), Bari (property for sale+10%), Vibo Valentia (property for sale +10,9%), Pistoia (property for sale+9,2%) and Enna (property for sale 9,8%).