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Naturally, as experts on buying property in Italy, we at Connection Italia are also well-traveled in that country. But although Italy may be first in our hearts, that doesn’t mean we don’t like to keep ourselves well acquainted with the rest of the European Union, the United States, and any other areas that might be familiar to our clients and colleagues.   And interestingly, traveling within one’s country can be a good starting point for familiarizing yourself with what wait for you abroad. In traveling the United States, it’s become clear to us that summertime brings Italian heritage festivals to practically any town or city with a sizeable Italian population.   Those sorts of heritage festivals can actually do wonders to boost your motivation regarding buying property in Rome, or Tuscany, or any other region that is represented by Italian immigrants and their descendants in your town. As well as giving you a pleasant glimpse of authentic Italian cuisine, music, and lifestyles, such events can start conversations with people who share your love for the country and who just might know a thing about purchasing real estate in Italy.   Your journey toward buying property in Italy doesn’t need to Read more…

In May, the New York Times real estate section ran a feature on one couple’s successful venture into buying property in Tuscany and restoring it from ancient dilapidation to a modern, luxury home. The house, built on the skeleton of a former mill estimated to date back to the 13th century, is now on the market for 6.5 million dollars. If that is around your price tag for buying property in Tuscany, you should certainly read through the vivid description, look over the photographs, and consider this property as an option for your Italian real estate purchase. But if you yourself are a developer like Ruth Infarinato and Chris Daniels, you might instead look upon their story is an object lesson in what you can do with property that might otherwise seem lost to time. There are many more such pieces of real estate for sale in Italy. We have featured some of them in the past, including the numerous limestone houses of Matera. As the Times acknowledges, buying real estate in Tuscany with bringing it out of the ancient world can be costly and extremely challenging. But as Infarinato and Daniels, as well as many others have demonstrated, there Read more…