Real Estate in Italy
Investment Property Italy
With increased stability in the real estate in Italy, many see an opportunity to move their capital into real estate. In particular into there are now more emerging areas of Italy which are receiving healthy rental yields and capital growth.
In the first quarter 2015, real estate investments grew by 16% vs 2014; similar trends are reported for other “made in Italy” sectors such as fashion, manufacturing, logistic, and electronic.
A new positive mood permeates the Italian real estate residential sector. The optimistic sentiment is due to the increasing number of house sales in the first part of 2015. The forecasts are now less grim than before.
The Italian real estate has grown rapidly and is predicted to become one of the most attractive to European investors.
Our lawyers assist clients in all types of real estate development, including shopping center, industrial, residential, hotel and downtown developments. We have extensive experience in the creation and operation of residential, commercial and mixed-use condominiums and planned unit developments.
Retaining the counsel of an experienced and knowledgeable real estate lawyers will save you money and protect your interests. Our law firm understands how to navigate situations that arises out of real estate legal transactions.
Boccadutri real estate Lawyers help buyers and sellers successfully complete their home transaction and represent banks and mortgage companies in the review of title examination and the preparation of closing documentation.
Our Lawyers review, draft, and negotiate purchase and sales agreements, review condominium documents and plans if applicable, prepare closing documentation, provide advice on title issues, conduct closings, make sure that all proceeds are properly dispersed and accounted for, and ensure that clear title is established.
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