We are often called by our tenants asking us for help with the city garbage rules, well an app recently released solves every doubt.
A massive investment trend right now is the so called "rent-to-rent" business model. You rent a flarge flat, spend a little on renovation and with the consent of the owner you are allowed to subrent the single rooms, pocketing the margin you are able to get on the rental market. Which are the perils for the professional or student renting a single room, within this environment?
We see everyday that Facebook groups are becoming more and more used by people, and especially students, looking for a flat to rent. This massive disintermediation is for sure positive for the real estate market, but it also presents some issues that is better to be aware of.
The Salone del Mobile is the biggest and most famous international fair in Milan, attracting thousands of people and businessmen froma ll around the world. In this post we tell you what you need to know if you are studying or working in Milan.
Milan is atracting more and more visitors from abroad, the Expo2015 put the city on the mental radars of many and it's now considered a must see destination in Europe ... but it's still hard to find a good continental breakfast outside the main hotels.
In two to three years Milan will offer seeral contemporary dorms and studenthouses to students coming to study in the city. We asked ourselves which are the pros and cons of choosing to stay in a dorm versus staying in a "normal", independent flat. Hope this helps clarifying your choice.
The boom of short term renatls is making the long term tenants' lves much harder. There's plenty of flats on the market but a big part of them is reserved for short term rent, and the presence of this return option has pushed higher the rental prices across the board. Few tips to follow.
Sometimes it could happen that you rent a flat and your neighbour is... your landlord. We would like to use this post to alert you on the possible issues.
Sometimes we find the location we are looking for but we have to deal with a house that is not completely firnished or not furnished at all, how to proceed?
Some foreign clients ask us if we think it's a good idea to buy a flat for their siblings for the college years and then decide if to sell it or keep it rented out. In this post we say what we believe it's the best course of action.
It's time to make some clarity in a much debated issue, always coming up when a group of tenants leaves a place
The rule is pretty much straightforward, no need to discuss with anybody
Whatever you agree on in the rental contract when you rent a flat in Milan, the Italian law allows you to leave the flat without notice in the presence of a serious reason ("grave motivo"). Let's investigate this term a little deeper not to create any confusion about it
Several foreign clients are now used to browse the biggest real estate portals in Italy, like Casa.it and Immobiliare.it, or even the non specialized ones like subito.it and others, in order to see what is available on the market and book it for the beginning of the college year, wiring money to someone they do not know, just relying on the owner’s or real estate agent’s words and few pictures posted online.
When you rent a flat in Milan, being it with a professional real estate agent or directly dealing with the landlord, it’s always good to keep in mind few fey issues to check out in order for the contract to be valid and the parameters you may consider to negotiate.