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Selling price : 30 000 €
Living space : 45 m²
Land space : 10 m²
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Selling price : 13 000 €
Living space : 60 m²

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Selling price : 30 000 €
Living space : 45 m²
Land space : 20 m²
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Living space : 150 m²

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Home BUYING PROCESS

Bying process


BUYING A HOME IN ITALY (LEGAL SIZE )

All registered property transactions in Italy must take place in front of a NOTAIO ( a notary public who represents the italian government ). the Notaio's job is to check that the sale documents are correct, to verify the identities of the parties involved, to collect the tax on the sale, due to the italian government. The fees associated with buying in Italy include Registration Tax, land registry tax, value added tax ( VAT ), a notary's fees and estate agent's fees, mortgage completion of a sale and a range from around 9 to 15% for a non – resident ( the average is around 13% ). Registration tax is the main tax on property and is levied between 0 and 10% of the declared value or rendita catastale. The amount payable depends on whether it's your first and only home or a second home, whether it's a new home and whether you're resident. Registration tax is payble on completion. Notary's fees depend on the price of a property and are higher (as a percentage of the selling price) on cheaper properties. There is also a fee for each page and each copy of a contract , plus fees for extra services, such as taxes ( eg. Tax stamps ), expenses, legal advice and payments made on your behalf. Notary's fees for the completion vary, although there are maximum charges for each service. Estate agent's commissions ( provvigione ) vary considerably ( e.g. From 3% to 8% ) and are usally shared equally between the vendor and the buyer. In addition to the fees associated with buying a home, you must also take into account the running costs. These include local property taxes, buyilding insurance, contents insurance, standing charges for utilities; community fees for a community property; refuse tax ( tassa comunale dei rifiuti ); garden and pool maintenance costs and a caretaker's or management fees if you leave a home empty or let it.

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