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When it comes to property markets that have a legendary appeal, competing with Italy is nearly impossible. From its beautiful Mediterranean coastline and Alpine vistas to the incredible sights of Rome where Cleopatra, Caesar and Nero once walked, the history, culture and wonders of Italy make it appeal to investors, holidaymakers and expats alike. The country's longstanding appeal, stable economy and ever growing tourism industry combine to inspire confidence in Italy's property market.

Italy's Incredible History and Sights Combine to make it Very Attractive to Property Investors, Holidaymakers and Retirees

When it comes to countries that rank high on holidaymakers' must-see lists, Italy tends to trump most of them. From the ancient wonders of Rome to the quaint canals of Venice and the renowned beaches of Calabria, Italy appeals too many. The beautiful geography and varying climate also make Italy a favourite for travellers, retirees and holidaymakers. The historic and cultural draws of this country make it very appealing for investors looking at buy-to-let and resale potential. Whilst it too faces ups and downs from time to time, the Italian landscape has long appealed to people from all over the world and history shows this is not likely to change. The overall attraction of Italy for retirees, holidaymakers and other expats makes it very attractive to investors and certainly inspires confidence in the market.

Italy's Stable Government and European Union Standing Inspire Confidence in Investors in Italian Real Estate

Although Italy is noted for its very colourful political climate, the government on the whole is quite stable. The republic has been in place for decades. As a founding member of the European Union and one of the world's oldest cultures, Italy does command respect on the international level. Relations between the UK and Italy are quite strong. In fact, an estimated 5 million Brits make Italy their holidaymaking destination on an annual basis. About 100,000 expats are reported to be living here, as well. This overall stability and status of Italy makes it a favourable climate for investors.

The Italian Property Market is Very Appealing to Investors who Seek Sustainable Areas

The Italian property market is considered pretty solid on the whole. Whilst some areas command higher growth potential and bigger rental returns than others, the demands here remain fairly high. Thanks to its strong tourism industry and natural appeals to expats and retirees, Italian property tends to do very well overall. Rental returns in terms of yield annually range between a very modest 4% to more than 12% in some areas. The growth potential in the southern regions is considered very high right now where holidaymaking is on the rise and buy-in prices are low.

Italy's tourism industry is Long-Standing and Ever-Growing Giving investors a Strong Strategy

When it comes to European holidaymaking destinations, it is simply hard to compete with Italy. Tourism here is very high and continues to grow on an annual basis. The World Travel & Tourism Council estimates the 2008 value of Italy's tourism industry at an impressive EUR 211 billion. Estimated growth is about 2% per annum through 2017. Italian tourism dominates a large 3.9% share of the world's overall demand. These figures are very appealing to investors looking at catering to the holidaymaking market. The potential for buy-to-let proper-ties doesn't seem to end when Italy is the investment choice. Plus, the demand for holiday homes is generally quite high in this country.

Potential for Untapped Property Price Growth is Still High in Some Areas of Italy, Especially the South

Whilst it is very true the property markets in Rome, Venice, Milan and other major tourist areas are well developed, the country still offers some untapped potential. The balmy Mediterranean area of Calabria is just now taking off with development and holidaymaking potential. This is great for investors who want to get in on the Italian market without paying Rome-type prices! Thanks to low-cost air travel potential now available, Calabria is really appealing to tourists, retirees and other expats at the moment. Prices in Calabria for property are considered very favourable for buyers on a budget and the room for growth is incredibly high.

Italy's Climate and Geography Combine to make it Quite Appealing to Investors, Holidaymakers and Retirees

Italy's diversity of geography and climate make this a destination many want to visit or move to. The country is considered mostly mountainous, but it does boast a great deal of Mediterranean coastline and an extensive plain in the Emilia-Romagna region. From the Alps to the wonders of Venice and the beauty of Sicily, the Italian geography appeals to many different tastes. Its climate ranges from very continental, especially in the alpine region, to quite balmy and warm in the Mediterranean. The natural beauty and appealing climates make Italy an attractive location for investment, holidaymaking and full-time relocation.

The Easy Access Italy Affords Inspires Confidence in Property Investors and Helps Keep Tourism Figures High

Italy's diversity of geography and climate make this a destination many want to visit or move to. The country is considered mostly mountainous, but it does boast a great deal of Mediterranean coastline and an extensive plain in the Emilia-Romagna region. From the Alps to the wonders of Venice and the beauty of Sicily, the Italian geography appeals to many different tastes. Its climate ranges from very continental, especially in the alpine region, to quite balmy and warm in the Mediterranean. The natural beauty and appealing climates make Italy an attractive location for investment, holidaymaking and full-time relocation.

The Easy Access Italy Affords Inspires Confidence in Property Investors and Helps Keep Tourism Figures High

Italy is very accessible for EU citizens and visitors from all over the world. EU citizens for example, do not require visas and neither to travellers from many other countries. Most major international airports offer direct flights to Italy's bigger cities. European airports tend to offer low-cost flights as well. In addition, Italy is accessible by train and other modes of transport from many European countries. Even the relatively undeveloped southern regions are opening up to better, low-cost travel options. The ease of entry and access makes this country very attractive for investors looking at buy-to-let and resale potential. Access means holidaymakers can get here with ease and inspecting property is not a huge burden for buyers either.

 
About Italy
Welcome to Italy, one of the worldâs most bewitching countries, rich culture and blessed with some of the most beautiful vistas, dramatic mountain ranges, fine sandy beaches and fragrant landscapes. Italy is a country of many contrasts, awash with spectacular architecture, historical monuments, picturesque piazzas, archaeological sites, museums and art galleries designed as a testament to the genius of Italys famous sons such as Michelangelo and Da Vinci, more recently we can also add the internationally revered fashion houses of Milan. Add to this the delightful traditional villages, vibrant cities, exhilarating ski-slopes and kilometres of sublimely diverse coastline. Italy comprises twenty different regions each with its own individual character. In the north the region of Veneto covers the Dolomites, Verona, Padua andVenice. Most UK and US visitors are familiar with the landscape of Tuscany, especially the world famous Campo dei Miracoli (leaning Tower of Pisa) and the shops on the Ponte Vecchio. The sense of history is pervasive and it is impossible to choose between the architectural delights of Rome, fashion in Milan, the sight of Pompei, the sophisticated city of Naples and the Amalfi coast. However, there is now another attraction to consider. In the south western corner in the toe of Italy, Calabria has long been popular with Italian tourists, however it has recently come to the attention of overseas tourism and developers. The area has seen a steady in interest from European tourists attracted by the natural beauty of the area and also the noticeably improved amenities and infrastructure. One of the many surprises of this stunning region is the existence of lakes, forests, wetlands, mountains and ski slopes in the Sila district. A wealth of wildlife, woodlands, contrasting with the endless sandy beaches and due to its mezzogiorno location (below Naples) it is blessed with some of the hottest weather in Italy and a fantastic year round Mediterranean climate.
Calabria
Calabria, situated in the south western corner of Italy, south of Naples, with only the Strait of Messina separating it from the delightful island of Sicily, is one of Italys best kept secret amongst the multitude of Italians looking to escape the heat of the city during the month of August however it is only recently that the region has come to the attention of overseas investors andtourists. The character of this beautiful region is formed by its breathtaking disparate landscape of mountain ranges; Aspromonte and Serre to the south and Pollino to the north, the central Sila plateau and miles of coastline with unspoilt sandy beaches, secluded coves, dramatic cliff faces and charming traditional villages and established resorts such as Scalea, Tropea and Zambrone, where everything stops for siesta. The region comprises five provinces, each with its distinctive character. Reggio Calabria, was historically capital of the province and is still the seat of the regional parliament, however Cantanzaro has been the capital of the region since the 1970s.Consenza, one of the largest towns of the area, is famous for historical old town with the cathedral which claims to house the grave of Isabel Aragon, twelfth century castle, the historic Piazza
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