Realpoint Italy

12 Mar 2010

Earning Rental Income From Your Italian Property

Earning rental income from your Italian property has several advantages. The income you receive from renting out your property will go a long way to cover any mortgage repayments you may have to make and as your rental market is likely to be holiday makers, you will still able to enjoy your property when it is free

Some developers offer to take on your property for a certain amount of weeks a year and offer a guaranteed rental income scheme, in some cases this can be as high as 6%. Or, you could place your property in the hands of a local rental management company who will take care of everything for you. There are also buy to let offers available. As many properties suitable for renting come already furnished, you can start renting from day one.

Realpoint can assist in finding the right mortgage, and the right rental management deals for you.
The properties selected may not be of interest to all our clients but we always like to keep clients updated about what's happening in the Italian property market.

If you want to know more about these and similar priced properties and the services Realpoint can offer you don't delay contact us to secure your Italian home.

Borgo Montepescini

Siena, Tuscany
Borgo Montepescini

A small development of 30 one bedroom, key ready, furnished properties with gardens, terraces and balconies. The borgo has a swimming pool and parking for all residents. The apartments have a superb location with extensive panoramic views and the prices are hard to beat in Tuscany.

For those wishing to rent, there is a programme in place for 2010 with a local rental company. Clients can expect up to 20 weeks rental income from the property, in July and August for example, your apartment would be let out at £400 per week. This would be net of expenses.

Prices From: € 124,200

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Torre de Monaldeschi
Ficulle, Umbria

At Torre de Monaldeschi all of the properties are individually designed. Laid across one or two floors, the villas, townhouses and apartments have one to four bedrooms, private gardens and terraces.

The rental potential is very attractive and a local company is available to manage the whole rental process for you. Rates for a two bedroom property in July and August would be €1,500 per week There is also an attractive mortgage offer with rates as little as 1.89%.

The location and luxury facilities makes Torre de Monaldeschi a perfect Italian holiday destination. So if you purchase and then rent your property you can have the best of both worlds.

Phase one is sold out, but phase two is now available for sale, with prices starting from € 213,000

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Borgo di Colleoli
Borgo di Colleoli, Tuscany

A rare opportunity to buy a one bedroom apartment at the exclusive Borgo di Colleoli estate. Nestling in the rolling Tuscan hills, Borgo di Colleoli is a 15th century village set amidst 23 acres of olive groves and terraced vineyards that has been magnificently restored to create an exclusive community for Tuscan homeowners.

The apartment can be bought with a buy to let option.

€ 225,000

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Podere Ampella
San Giovanni d'Asso, Tuscany

The exclusive Podere Ampella offers a limited number of select two or three bedroom villas and town houses. The traditional Tuscan architecture and beautiful interiors combine stylish contemporary living surrounded by private gardens and pergolas, courtyards and swimming pools.

The rental bookings for the 2010 season are very healthy. The developers now offer the following incentives:

A guaranteed rental return of 5%
Further Price discounts for 2010 of up to € 70,000
A 30 year mortgage at at fantastic rate of 2.65% (rates can vary)

Prices from € 385,000

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Realpoint Property

Realpoint markets a wide range of properties throughout Italy, France, Greece and Turkey and offers a personalised service to all potential buyers, speaking in English and advising clients every step of the way. Realpoint PropertyBeverley, East Yorkshire, UK
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