Location, Location, Location
When buying property for any reason, location is the most crucial consideration.
In the Italian real estate investment arena, this is even more important.
And this should match your goals.
If you’re looking at the student market, then the bigger university cities such as Rome and Florence are ideal.
Big cities are undergoing gentrification, so look for bargains in up-and-coming areas.
There are 4 main cities and plenty of good destinations in Italy, and investing in a “secondary city” can open up more opportunities and ROI for an investor.
In the next posts I will reveal the 3rd of the “Top 10 Rules” you have to consider when investing in Real Estate in Italy based on my personal experience.