Hard hit during the global financial crisis, Italy’s economy is emerging from a period of financial and political challenges. The country’s property markets suffered and residential prices fell by up to 30%. However, after several difficult years, stability is now in sight. Transaction volumes have risen 33% from their 2013 low, while prices are beginning to level out.
In the prime sector, there are high levels of stock. This makes it a buyer’s market and ‘best-in-class’ properties are in demand.
Italy’s status as a top visitor destination, coupled with the high-quality life it offers, will underpin its enduring appeal for generations to come.