luxury real estate

Five authentic Tuscan gems

Why buy in Tuscany? International buyers are traditionally attracted to Tuscany's charming medieval hamlets, picturesque landscapes and romantic relaxed atmosphere. Whether it's a permanent relocation or a seasonal holiday home, many international buyers understand that this Italian region offers a peaceful environment and a slow healthy pace, the keys to an emerging type of luxury lifestyle. Buying...

Wave of American Buyers Relocating to Italy

The IB International Real Estate team has been witnessing an increase of US demand: requests from American buyers are up by 30% this year. Experts indicate that among the factors propelling Americans to buy property in Italy are a strong dollar, prohibitive property prices in the US, and ongoing political tension. While Italy is popular with American buyers, some of them are finding that relocation...

Where to buy castles in Italy?

If you're dreaming of a luxury property with an aristocratic touch, an Italian castle just might be the perfect solution. From a romantic family residence full of enchantment and historical charm to a lucrative business investment generating sizeable profits, a historic Italian castle offers a wide range of personal and business opportunities: world class private residence; boutique hotel;...

Italy, + 30% of requests for luxury property due to “flat tax”

The demand for luxury properties is growing: from Milan to Lake Como, Liguria to Tuscany and Rome, requests have recently grown by 30% thanks to the “flat tax”. First introduced in 2017, the flat tax has only just begun to have a dramatic influence on the market which is evident in the numbers from 2021.   What is “flat tax”? The flat rate tax of 100.000 euros is basically a "flat tax"...

FORBES – Piedmont Wine Region, Home Of Italian Royalty And More

Nestled in northwest Italy, between the foothills of the western Alps and Apennines, lies the country’s second largest region: Piedmont, or Piemonte, in Italian. Home to the House of Savoy, Italy’s ruling dynasty until 1946, it’s no surprise this area birthed the king of Italian wines. While Barolo reigns supreme, an array of indigenous grapes call Piedmont home. “Part of the greatness of this...

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