Italia Magazine


With its manifold cultural blessings and sophisticated clientele, Italy has been the dream of many foreigners wishing to buy a home. It has always offered superb value for money and has been seen as a safe place to invest. Even if you’re in the fortunate position of being able to consider buying a home abroad, it makes absolute sense that you don’t want to spend any more than you absolutely have to, which is why we asked our experts for their assessment of the current market conditions.

Increased Interest


Typical second home properties in Italy have kept their value during recent financial crises

Laura De Rooy-Dekker is a partner at ItaliaCasa. As an official licensed Italian Real Estate agent, ItaliaCasa combines expert support with local expertise in Liguria, Tuscany, Umbria, Le Marche, Lazio, Piedmont, and the Dolomites, as well as on

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da Italia magazine

Italia magazine3 min lettiRegional & Ethnic
➤ SERVES 5 ➤ PREPARATION 2 hours (for the aromatic oil) ➤ COOKING 2 minutes • 10 slices of toasted bread (ciabatta is preferred)• 5 fresh figs• 1 garlic clove• 100g Parma ham• extra-virgin olive oil• sea salt and black pepper 1 Crush the garlic and c
Italia magazine2 min lettiEarth Sciences
The Lakes Regional Guide
The northern lakes represent an unwaveringly popular region to buy a home. Property here doesn’t come cheap, but you can still find value for money, and holiday rental potential is strong. But Italy has more places to consider for lakeside living. Lo
Italia magazine4 min letti
Caffè Corretto
The swift Brenta River flows through Bassano del Grappa and is crossed by a venerable wooden bridge, the Ponte degli Alpini (which, incidentally, was designed by Andrea Palladio). At the eastern end of the bridge, in a weather-worn wall, I found a pl