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Reduced-price and cheap Italian property

The idea of buying a home in Italy has long appealed to generations of visitors, thanks to Italy’s stunning landscapes, world-famous cities such as Rome and Florence and its centuries of rich tradition. Now, with the current economic climate, it has become a lot easier to find reduced and cheap property in Italy.

                                  

Sea-view home reduced in price
Sicily villa reduced  home reduced in price
65,000 off
Cheap home reduced by 25%
Property reduced in price by 40,000
150,000 off
Cut-rate home reduced in price
Bargain real estate in Italy
50,000 price reduction
Cheap home for sale in Italy, Umbria
Tuscan estate sold at bargain price
Bargain Italian property nearly half-price
Affordable home in Italy now with 60,000 price reduction
Italian estate sold at bargain
Reduced by 60,000
Nearly 20% off
300,000 off asking price
40% off
Over 40% off
Affordable home reduced by 45%
                                  

The Italian real estate sector has traditionally offered better value than say, the US or UK market – and that holds even truer nowadays.

South-central and southern regions of Italy – such as Abruzzo, Basilicata, Calabria, Campania and Molise – may not be as popular as better-known areas such as Tuscany and Umbria, but they have infinitely more affordable property, with prices often up to 50 per cent cheaper.

As an example, as of 2012-13, just €25,000 can buy a one-bedroom apartment just a couple of minutes’ walk from the beach in parts of Calabria.

In addition, southern regions such as Calabria boast some of Italy’s most beautiful beaches; they have regular and improving air links to the rest of the world; and, as up-and-coming tourism hotspots, boast excellent rental potential.

That said, even in Tuscany – which as Italy’s most popular region attracts one in three of the 43 million annual visitors to the country – there are increasingly affordable bargains if one looks in the right areas, chiefly the Maremma, to the south of Tuscany, and hilly Lunigiana, to the north of the region.


 
 
 

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