Buying the first house in the big cities from Milan to Naples what happens

Buying the first house in the big cities from Milan to Naples what happens
Buying the first house in the big cities from Milan to Naples what happens

Per who wants to buy their first home in the big Italian cities, from Milan to Naples, this is what happens. Here, in particular, is the point about real estate market. The one by the Real Estate Market Observatory of the Revenue Agency. And this after the data from the IMO relating to home sales in the second quarter of 2021 in Italy were published.

In this regard, before going into buying the first house in the big Italian cities, it must be said that, in Q2 of 2021, the data on buying and selling of houses they are great. Although the comparison is with the Q2 of 2020 when there was the lockdown for Covid-19 in Italy. In detail, house sales in the second quarter of 2021 exceeded 200 thousand, that is over 85 thousand more than in the second quarter of last year. With a percentage increase that was equal to + 73.4%.

Buying your first home in the big Italian cities, from Milan to Naples, that’s what happens

With regard to buying the first house in the big Italian cities, in Q2 2021 the sales of houses increased by over 11 thousand units. That is, + 54.6% year on year considering the top eight cities in our country. From Milan to Naples and passing through Rome, Turin, Genoa, Palermo, Florence and Bologna.

In detail, again with regard to buying the first home in the eight major Italian cities, Palermo it stands out with a year-on-year jump in house sales of 70.3%. Then there are the cities of Naples (+ 67.1%), Genoa (+ 65.7%), Rome (+ 56.1%) and Turin (+ 55.3%). Increases always high but below average, however, for Florence (+ 51.2%), for Milan (+ 46.6%) and for the city of Bologna (+ 42%).

From Milan to Naples, sales are also increasing compared to the pre-Covid period

On buying the first house in the eight big Italian cities, moreover, the online newspaper FiscoOggi.

it underlines how from Milan to Naples the sales of houses, for the Italian residential real estate market, have also increased compared to the pre-Covid period. That is by comparing the data of Q2 of 2021 with those of the second quarter of 2019. In this case, the big city with the greatest increase in sales was Genoa with + 32.7%.

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