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Tue, 03/26/2019 - 10:20

Our Real Estate in Abruzzo is serving the area: Abruzzo Rural Property

Fri, 11/02/2018 - 17:36

Maybe the rightmove report is not good enough for you? enlightened

Fri, 11/02/2018 - 14:44

According to Rightmove.co.uk, UK's number one property website for properties for sale, Abruzzo is the least expensive region in Italy and in Europe for investments on property (Who is buying overseas property? Rightmove report).In Italy, Abruzzo is the least expensive area with property average prices around 61.735 Euro for houses and 89.175 Euro for apartments. While the average house price in Italy is 215.067 Euro for houses and 204.129 Euro for apartments.Font: Abruzzo, the cheapest place in Italy to buy property

Wed, 06/25/2014 - 07:59

Hi,my name is Monia I am Italian and I live in Abruzzo. I studied at postgraduate level in the UK, therefore I manage to speak a fairly good English although not at native level.I am the director of a real estate agency based in Abruzzo and I normally deal with foreign clients, therefore I think I can give you some advices from an Italian point of view and from a professional point of view.Sardegna: If you decide to rent in Sardegna you will have two advantages: 1) You will be close to the family of your husband 2) You will pay a very affordable rent. On the other hand, you will have a disadvantage:  from Sardegna is not easy to travel around Italy and explore places. In Sardegna you will probably have lot of time to relax after living in the busy London.Toscana (Firenze): If you decide to rent in Firenze you will have the advantage to live in a beautiful town, lively from a cultural and entertaining point of view, not far from other well know locations in Italy. From Firenze you can easily drive or catch a train to Rome, Bologna, Venezia and other cities in Italy. Nevertheless Firenze is a touristic town, very busy and for this reason very expensive. You should be prepared to spend over 700,00 euro a month to rent a house.Abruzzo: In my opinion is better you do not buy a property in Abruzzo straightaway. You could firstly rent a place for you and your family in order to have the time to evaluate the region, to understand if it is the ideal place for you.  In Abruzzo to rent an apartment on the coast you will spend 350, 00 / 500, 00 euro a month, inland prices are cheaper. Abruzzo is a central region; it will be easy to travel from Abruzzo to Firenze, Le Marche, Roma and the South of Italy. (By the way: I don't think Abruzzo is so poor,I hope my suggestions will be useful and if you have any question please let me know.Good Luck.Monia from Abruzzo Rural Property.www.abruzzoruralproperty.com

Sun, 06/15/2014 - 06:05

Hi,Yes, IMU is still around everyone who owns a house but is not resident in that house has to pay IMU.If you are resident in that house, you do not have to pay IMU.Furthermore, from June 2014 there is another tax called TASI, which is very similar to Council tax in the UK.TASI can be paid with the F24 form.Ciao!