13 May, Tecnocasa
Tecnocasa reports that investments in rental properties had risen from 18.5% to 25% over the previous five years in all the major Italian cities. Naples registered the most significant increase, having rental properties gone from 28.9% in 2014 to 42.9% in 2019. Milan confirms being a very dynamic market, with purchases increased from 15.3% to 26.1%.
Investments had also grown in Verona (from 23% to 30.8%) and Rome (4.5%), thanks to their popularity as tourist destinations. Purchases had increased in Palermo, especially in the area around the university (from 23.4% to 26.8%). In Turin, rental properties had risen from 17.3% to 25% targeting mostly students, workers and tourists.
Translator: Cristina Ambrosi