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Posted by roberta0967 on 1st August 2019
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Are you looking for a great buy somewhere warm and cultured, with great food and wine? Well just take a look at these amazing Italian properties. Italy has a property for every taste, lifestyle and budget with prices starting at just €50.000 (under £45,000) with link below: for a property with work to do or a property ready to move in to from around €65.000 (about £58,000) there is something for everyone.

The question is where should you look. We asked Linda Travella, who has the experience of selling property in Italy for 30 years to select 4 properties that she considers are the right price and can be used for rental as well as family holidays. If you view the Casa Travella website you can see over 700 properties in almost all areas of Italy, an Italian property for every taste!

Let’s start with Basilicata in the South of Italy, an area launched by Casa Travella some years ago. This apartment is for sale at only €120.000 (about £107,000) link below: It is situated in a holiday complex a few minutes’ walk from the sea with shared pool and numerous other facilities.

Puglia has become popular over the last few years and is ideal for anyone looking for a larger property with land at a sensible price. The following 4-bedroom 3-bathroom villa is within walking distance of the famous town of Alberobello and there is space for a pool €325.000 (about £289,000) link below:

If you prefer to stay further North in Italy, then Lake Como is a great option, try this 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment for €215.000 (about £191,000) link below: This apartment has stunning lake views and a shared pool, and is just North of Menaggio. Join George Clooney and his friends without having to stretch to their budget!

Lastly let us look at Tuscany. Tuscany and Italy go together like peas in a pod! Tuscany, like Lake Como, has the reputation for being expensive but that is not correct. Next we have a restored 3 bedroomed, 2 bathroom village house with its own pool and all for €210.000 (about £187,000) see the link below

If you are looking for some excellent Italian real estate bargains, your first stop should be

Linda also points out that with prices of Italian property not rising but stable and some prices dropping it is a very good time to buy. Start looking now before the Summer when prices generally rise and properties are rented out.

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