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With swimming pool

With swimming pool

800,000 €
Total area 260 m²Land area: 5,500 m²3 bedrooms3 bathrooms
New apartments with sea views in Nice, Cote d'Azur, France

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With balcony/terrace

With swimming pool

10,000,000 €
Total area 700 m²Land area: 80,000 m²5 bedrooms

With garden

420,000 €
Total area 200 m²Land area: 400 m²4 bedrooms3 bathrooms

With balcony/terrace

1,500,000 €
Total area 1,200 m²Land area: 5,000 m²7 bedrooms

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Anna Boyarchukova,
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Total area 900 m²Land area: 600 m²10 bathrooms

With swimming pool

5,900,000 €
Total area 900 m²Land area: 9,000 m²11 bedrooms4 bathrooms

With balcony/terrace

1,495,000 €
Total area 610 m²Land area: 4,000 m²5 bedrooms

With swimming pool

2,700,000 €
Total area 550 m²Land area: 1,000 m²4 bedrooms

With swimming pool

Price on request
Total area 1,646 m²4 bedrooms6 bathrooms

With swimming pool

5,000,000 €
Total area 400 m²Land area: 13,700 m²5 bedrooms4 bathrooms

With swimming pool

6,200,000 €
Total area 490 m²Land area: 2,540 m²5 bedrooms6 bathrooms

With balcony/terrace

250,000 €
Total area 180 m²Land area: 600 m²4 bedrooms3 bathrooms

With swimming pool

3,200,000 €
Total area 1,100 m²Land area: 6,000 m²9 bedrooms9 bathrooms

With swimming pool

4,900,000 €
Total area 1,000 m²Land area: 2,000 m²20 bedrooms20 bathrooms

With swimming pool

2,700,000 €
Total area 700 m²Land area: 2,000 m²5 bedrooms6 bathrooms
4,700,000 €
Total area 750 m²Land area: 2,800 m²6 bedrooms6 bathrooms

With balcony/terrace

1,480,000 €
Total area 725 m²Land area: 85,000 m²6 bedrooms5 bathrooms

With balcony/terrace

3,300,000 €
Total area 345 m²Land area: 75 m²4 bedrooms5 bathrooms

With swimming pool

30,000,000 €
Total area 3,000 m²Land area: 20,000 m²

With balcony/terrace

1,200,000 €
Total area 800 m²Land area: 1,000 m²6 bedrooms4 bathrooms

With swimming pool

14,500,000 €
Total area 1,000 m²Land area: 30,500 m²8 bedrooms

With swimming pool

485,000 €
Total area 130 m²2 bedrooms3 bathrooms

With balcony/terrace

1,480,000 €
Total area 723 m²Land area: 100,000 m²8 bedrooms5 bathrooms

With garden

20,000,000 €
Total area 2,252 m²

With swimming pool

15,000,000 €
Total area 800 m²Land area: 2,000 m²

With balcony/terrace

850,000 €
Total area 560 m²Land area: 130 m²8 bedrooms
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      FAQ about Rome

      How much tax is paid on residential rentals?
      Italy has progressive tax rates. If you lease residential real estate on a regular basis you need to declare your total annual rental income every year. If this amount does not exceed € 15,000 per year, it is taxed at 23% plus 2% of the annual rent. If the annual rental income is greater than € 75,000, it is taxed at 43% plus 2% of the total annual rent. However, paying less tax is possible: for example, when registering a rental contract with the cedolare secca option, the tax rate is fixed at 21% of the annual rent. And on a comodato d'uso contract, no tax is paid because this type of agreement implies a temporary provision of housing for free.
      What is the house purchase payment process?
      According to Italian law, non-residents must open a local bank account and transfer the full property purchase amount to it. In addition, 10% of the deposit must be paid by bank cheque. When the notarial act is issued, the bank will issue a cheque with the remaining amount to the seller.
      What documents are required to buy a house in Rome?
      • Passport;
      • Marriage certificate or premarital agreement;
      • Tax identification code – codice fiscale (on request from an Italian consulate in the applicant's home country or the local tax authorities).
      Which regions of Italy offer the cheapest house prices?
      It’s possible to buy a one-bedroom apartment for about € 60,000 in the city of Pizzo (Calabria) and from € 105,000 in the region of Abruzzo.
      How much does it cost to maintain a house in Rome?

      Residential property maintenance costs comprise three parts: tax, utilities, and insurance. Italy introduced a unique communal property tax called imposta unica comunale (IUC) on January 01, 2014. It is calculated on three taxes:

      • Municipal property tax (imposta municipale unica, IMU). It is levied at 0.76% but not on the real estate used as primary residence;
      • Waste tax (TARI) – about € 100;
      • Municipal tax for road maintenance, street lighting, and so on.

      On average, the tax on an 85 m² apartment is about € 850 per year.

      As for utility payments, they depend on the property. Anywhere between € 200-5,000 per annum for an apartment, depending on its size, while a villa with a swimming pool will be somewhere between € 1,200-6,000 per annum.

      The insurance fee depends on a property’s value and usually ranges from € 300-2,000 per annum (usually 1–2% of the property value)

      Can Italian citizenship be obtained through buying a house?
      Property owners do not automatically become Italian citizens. It is necessary to live in the country for at least 10 years before becoming eligible for citizenship.
      Which regions of Italy are the most promising for investing in real estate?
      The most advantageous regions in terms of property investment are Lombardy, Piedmont and Liguria thanks to the well-developed infrastructure, which fuels price growth.
      What is the process for the transaction closure?
      To start, you need to open an Italian bank account and obtain a tax identification code. After that, a deposit is paid to reserve the property. The sum of the deposit is 1% of the purchase amount. Next, a sales agreement is signed. If the transaction closure is particularly time-consuming, a preliminary agreement with a deposit of as much as 10–30% can be signed. The final sales agreement is processed at a notary office. The agreement is also officially registered with Italy’s Real Estate Registration Department. The payment can be made in two ways: by a cheque or via a direct transfer of funds from the buyer’s bank account. After this is sorted, the new owner will receive the keys, sales agreement, and property register extract.
      Do foreigners pay the same property taxes as Italians?

      Yes, in Italy the taxes for residents and non-residents are the same.

      If buying a new-build you will have to pay:

      • VAT — 4% of the property value;
      • Fixed registration tax — € 200;
      • Fixed mortgage tax — € 200;
      • Fixed cadastral tax — € 200;

      For an existing property you will have to pay:

      • Fixed registration tax — 9% of the property value (€ 1,000 at least);
      • Fixed mortgage tax — € 50;
      • Fixed registration tax — € 50.

      Owners pay a communal tax of up to 10.6%. Income tax for individuals is between 23–43%.

      Are there any extra costs related to the purchase of house in Rome?

      Yes, in addition to the expenses mentioned above there are a number of additional costs. For example, the payment of notary fees at 2–4% of the property's assessed value. This includes:

      • Cadastral tax and a mortgage instalment – € 50 or € 200 depending on the buyer's residence permit availability;
      • State duty – € 230;
      • property tax – € 24.71;
      • State register inscription fee – € 90;
      • Notary fee – about 1–2.5% (for properties priced between € 300,000-1M the fee is € 5,000-7,000).
      Can non-residents obtain a residential mortgage loan in in Rome?
      Yes, but it is difficult to do so. Non-residents must have lived in Italy for at least two years and in some cases for five years. The income must be euro or dollar -denominated.
      What is the process for property title registration in Rome?
      Property title registration involves several stages. Firstly, the parties sign the sales agreement at a notary office. The notary then forwards the information to state agencies: tax authority, cadastre chamber office, and registration chamber. The lead time for documents ranges from a few days to three months, depending on the region where the transaction is closed. Only when all of the registration processes are completed does the buyer receive their original documents.
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