Italy is currently experiencing an economic recovery, in the real estate residential market as elsewhere. This is due to a turnaround in consumer spending after the massive crisis of 2008 as well as an influx of foreign purchasers – particularly from Australia and New Zealand, wishing to buy homes in Florence and Rome especially – attracted by the “Italian lifestyle” and by a tax regime beneficial to foreigners looking to purchase a permanent residence in the country.

Francesco CalabriaPaolo Foppiani and Alessia Cucullo explore the potential of the Italian residential lease market in the latest issue of Real Estate Gazette. Click here to read the full article.