Are you planning to stay in Italy long term, live in Dolce Vita or buy a house as an investment?
Italy is full of opportunities both in the tourism sector and in many rising cities. The real estate sector is particularly dynamic in the cities with a lot of universities such as Milan, Turin, Bologna, Trent and Bolzen to mention a few. However many are willing to bet on the southern regions such as Sicily and Reggio Calabria, where the tourism industry is steadily rising, and many great deals can still be made.
Do you have a property in Italy? Or are you planning to buy one?
Italian real estate sector has boomed in the past years due to the rise of airlines coming to Italy, the decrease in travel prices, and a railway system that has been improved a lot in the last decade making traveling through cities fast and affordable.
Here in this article you can find useful tips and suggestions of what you can expect when buying and maintaining a house in Italy.
Like the USA, the number of freelancers in Italy keeps rising year by year. Europe as well is following the American trends and by 2025 the freelance workforce is expected to count for as much as one third of the entire workforce.
In total, in Italy there are 5,5 millions of freelancers or “liberi professionisti”, and their contributions represents almost 16% of the entire Italian GDP; between 2009 and 2018 their number grew by 20%.
After moving back to Italy from the United States in 2013, I realized how much an accounting and tax firm was needed to help expats living in Italy to comply with the local tax regulations.