flippin 'eck - im rich!!!Submitted by castel on Tue, 03/16/2010 - 13:55
Are the prices ofSubmitted by Joy on Tue, 03/16/2010 - 18:36
Are the prices of properties that are habitable? Houses I have seen on the Versilia coast appear to be hovels unless you pay E600,000 + I am amazed at prices and don't know how the Italians afford properties (obviously some have them from parents but if there is more than one child that won't work!)
I've come across this type ofSubmitted by castel on Wed, 03/17/2010 - 04:59
I can only comment onSubmitted by Angie and Robert on Wed, 03/17/2010 - 05:10
The trouble with a lot of theSubmitted by pianopiano on Wed, 03/17/2010 - 14:25
In reply to I can only comment on by Angie and Robert
The trouble with a lot of the "lovely village houses for less than 200,000e' is that many near you are in de-populating centro storico like Monte Vidon Corrado, Montepone (particularly), Falerone, Penna SG etc so they are a bit dead and soulless for much of the year. Have actually seen 3 very nice restored stand alone houses for under 200,000, (one of them well under!) with plenty of land for a pool..... as the de leveraging continues + sterling tanks there are good opportunities emerging for cash buyers. With regard to the original post, you really do need the details, ie who collated them, when, and what criteria they used for them to have any real meaning.
Sangro Valley AreaSubmitted by castel on Thu, 03/18/2010 - 11:16
This post has intrigued me some what so I started trawling local estate agents web sites. In our area you can still get properties for E700 - E800 m2 but to be fair they look more like archeological digs than properties. Top price I found (excluding town centre appartments) was E1,800 m2 but that was for fully refurbished, proper sea view, excellent links to large town etc. Fair value seems to be about E1,200 to E1,400. ASL seems to have a very detrimental effect on value.
Think facts and figuresSubmitted by Dylano on Thu, 03/18/2010 - 13:37
Think facts and figures just a man thing.....a home is worth what anyone will pay for it and as 'the female of the species' we just know when its in the right place, and at the right time, and for the right money -which could be anything......that we can afford.... Mrs D
"a home is worth what anyoneSubmitted by pianopiano on Fri, 03/19/2010 - 11:57
In reply to Think facts and figures by Dylano
"a home is worth what anyone will pay for it and as 'the female of the species' we just know when its in the right place, and at the right time, and for the right money -which could be anything......that we can afford...." or whatever someone is prepared to lend you. Despite everything being thrown at asset prices, from QE to near zero base rates prices, signs of deflation are coming through, inflation in many areas, particularly the UK + english enclaves of western europe are based on 15 yrs of cheap easily available credit, not as the result of feminine intuition.:) Prices dont yet reflect the new reality of squeezed credit conditions, wage stagnation, sovereign indebtedness and over capacity generally. Interesting to see what happens when interest rates rise.