Buyers guide to Italy

Новый налог для состоятельных иностранцев в Италии

Не так давно Правительство Италии, с целью привлечения иностранных инвестиций и капиталов, выступило с инициативой о введении нового фискального режима – единого налога для обеспеченных иностранцев. Размер единого налога составит 100 000,00 € (или же, около 105 000,00 $) в год, и применяется ко всем видам доходов, полученных за границей иностранцами, декларирующими Италию страной, которую...

New Flat Tax for wealthy foreigners

Italy recently introduced a flat tax for wealthy foreigners in order to attract foreign investors and foreign capitals. The new flat rate tax of 100,000 euro ($105,000) a year will apply to all worldwide income for foreigners who declare Italy to be their residency for tax purposes. An additional 25,000 euros per person would also...

Недвижимость за рубежом

Недвижимость за рубежом – вопрос, который всегда являлся актуальным. Будь то зарубежная недвижимость с целью переезда или же для осуществления вложений, в первую очередь, в виде инвестиций в зарубежную недвижимость и получения в будущем дохода от сдачи в аренду. Италия, с точки зрения инвестиций в недвижимость за рубежом, благодрая своей древней и богатой истории, всегда...

Italian Market Overview

Italy’s residential market has turned a corner with viewings, prices and sales all increasing in 2015.  Confidence is returning to the market but accurate pricing and realistic wish lists are a must for vendors and buyers. Prices According to the Italian Statistics Office, 2015 marked a turning point for residential prices with price growth re-entering...

The Permesso di soggiorno

As explained below, the main advantage of being resident in Italy is that registration tax to be pais on completion is lower. Since 1st January 2007, the permesso di soggiorno no longer applies to European Union nationals living in Italy. However, British nationals must take out a residence certificate at the Ufficio Anagrafe. After having submitted...

The process of purchasing

Buying in Italy is similar to buying in the UK to the extent that there is an offer and acceptance procedure, which is usually followed by an exchange of contracts:  the Preliminary Act (“Compromesso”) and the final deed (“Atto/Rogito Notarile”) in front of an Italian Notary. The deed is signed and the balance of the...