The choice of notary is usually up to the buyer, who must bear the costs associated with the purchase.
Yes, the income from renting a property in Italy is taxed in Italy. You need to make an Italian tax return and declare these amounts.
- Is the seller:- a private person;- a company, but not the "building company"- the "building" company (or that renovated the property), with the work ended over 4 years ago; then the taxes to be paid are:- Register tax 7%- Mortgage tax 2% - cadastral tax 1%
Small collection of very luxury italian properties is visible on www.livingart-in-italy.com
2% + 2 x 50 euro