The map of the Italian neighborhoods where rents have increased the most – idealista / news

The map of the Italian neighborhoods where rents have increased the most – idealista / news
The map of the Italian neighborhoods where rents have increased the most – idealista / news

In October 2021, rents in Italy increased by 5% on an annual basis according to the findings of the Idealista Research Department. To get more specific, idealista / news has prepared a map con i neighborhoods of the main cities where the more significant growth than a year ago.

The area of ​​Italy where there is the greatest increase compared to October 2021, as regards the request for a monthly fee, is that of court (+61,3%) a Milano, where the rental price is 34.1 euros / sqm. The Lombard capital has various neighborhoods in positive terrain, among which the highest increases are above all in the areas of San Siro (52%), Ortles (+11,2%), Baggio (+11,1%), Affori (+11%), Naviglio Grande-Barona (+9,7%).

In terms of price, the highest demands made by the owners are found in the central districts of court (34 euros / sqm), Vittorio Emanuele-Augusto (28 euros / sqm), Cathedral-Castle (25 euros / sqm) e Moscow-Republic (24.2 euros / sqm).

Together with Milan, too Roma appears permanently at the top of the ranking with the neighborhood Marcigliana-Settebagni which earns 25.5% and sets leases at 11.7 euros / sqm. Other peripherals such as Tor Bella Monaca-Valle Fiorita (+19,8%), The Romanina (+18,2%), The Storta-Isola Farnese (+16,9%), Aniene Hills (+16,7%) e Ottavia-Palmarola (+16,4%).

In the capital it is confirmed as the most expensive area that of the historic center between Piazza del Popolo-Piazza Navona-Quirinale (22.2 euros / sqm), followed by Trastevere (19.3 euros / sqm), Prati-Borgo (18.5 euros / sqm), Monti (18.3 euros / sqm) e Parioli-Pinciano (18.1 euros / sqm).

In the top 10 of the neighborhoods with the highest rate of growth for rents in Italy we also find Savonarola-Ferrovia a Padova (+17,1%), Bolzaneto a Genoa (+16,3%), I was helping a Naples (+12,6%) e Royal Park-Barca-Bertolla a Torino (+12,4).

Here are the neighborhoods that have grown the most in the main Italian cities:

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