Hello everyone!  I’m hoping

10/24/2018 - 01:36

Hello everyone!  I’m hoping someone will be able to give me a precise list of steps I need to take in order to move to Italy.  My daughter married an Italian and I now have 2 grand babies. I go every year for 3 months, but now I’ve put my beachfront condo on the market in Florida. I’ve checked out the Italian Consulate website for clues, but it’s in Italian.  I’m actually full blooded Italian, but my 4 grandparents became Naturalized in early 1900’s , so I can’t use my ancestors to gain permanent status.any help will be appreciated ...Thank You



Thank you!,,  precisely the answers I was searching for.  The Consulate in Florida website is solely in Italian, with no option for English translation.  I will have to deal with them eventually, but these links give me greater insight as what to prepare for.Grazie !!

LucianoL ,please check . this figures not is reallyCompany do NOT CAN BUY AS Prima Casa !Mortgage tax is % - not fixed figureBuying a property in Italy is subject to taxes (sales tax, registration, mortgage, cadastral) on the cadastral value or on the real value. The amount taxes can vary notably based on whether the seller is a private seller or a company, whether the home is a first house (to which to move residency) or a second house or if it is a luxurious property. Starting from January 1, 2014, the buying of a house is subject to the following taxes: TypeSellerVATRegistrationCadastralMortgageFirst housePhysical person or Company type (1)No2%50 €50 €Second housePhysical person or Company type (1)No9%50 €50 €