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Passage to Italian real estate

Most experts believe that now is the ?time for real estate investors to either enter or return to the Italian market.  

3 November 2015

The volume of real estate transactions in Italy showed ?a significant increase in 2014 ?and in the first half of 2015. ?The main deal so far in 2015 ?is Qatar Holding’s investment ?in the Milan Porta Nuova project, but considerable funds have also been invested by other major foreign investors in other deals. 

The main reasons investors have once again started to see Italian real estate as attractive are competitive prices, low interest rates, and the high ?level of liquidity in the market. The general expectation is ?that this trend will continue ?into 2016, at least for primary properties and in the two main markets of Milan and Rome.  

But let’s not forget the radical legislative reforms, enacted by the Italian parliament over the last couple of years, which have filled the gap between Italy and other more mature markets.

Among these reforms is the revolution of the Italian banking system. Under the so-called Decreto Competitivi...

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