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Financing & Mortgages

Saturday, March 7th, 2015
Investing in real estate and restaurants in Italy     General investment situation in Italy and conditions in traditional sectors   Investment opportunities in Italy are numerous, but changing conditions in international markets, currency fluctuations, and variations in the regulatory framework influencing trade as a result of the implementation of WTO disciplines have all contributed to changing the earnings prospects for various industries. Take, for example, the
Wednesday, March 4th, 2015
Financial guide to buy a real estate in Italy   A mortgage from an Italian bank can be a good option to buy property in the country (by Job Meeting at   You don't necessarily have to win a lottery or inherit a lot of money to buy real estate in Italy....well unless you are looking for a place in downtown Rome or Milan... If you are planning to buy real estate in Italy you need to decide how you are going to finance this new property. Unless you plan on
Thursday, December 4th, 2014
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   Loan Mortgages in Italy     Getting a mortgage in euro: is it a good idea? (by JT at   If you are thinking to buy a place in Italy, you very likely already own one in your country, probably having a substantiable equity in it.  If that is the case the easier way to acquire property is to get a home equity line on your property. This  has the advantage of carrying tax deductable interest (ask you accountant
Friday, June 1st, 2012
Europe's Efficient Currency The Euro is the biggest changeover the world has experienced concerning money. More than three hundred Europeans currently use the Euro for their currency. The original twelve European countries to use the euro for their currency include Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, and Spain. They are all members of the group known as the European Union. These countries span the
Friday, June 1st, 2012
1 Euro, Italy Currencies are always changing, fluctuating and being replaced every few decades or centuries. It's in their nature, therefore counting on their perpetual enduring power is not only wrong, but also very dangerous. Currently, we're are living in times of major change and upheaval: the world's two most used currencies have been facing turmoil, the results of which would probably change the way economy looks for ever. The US dollar has been lower than the Euro for almost a
Friday, June 1st, 2012
Bank of Bergamo, Italy The biggest crisis of the 21st century overall is, without doubt, the increase of credit card spending and out of control outrageous mortgages, which have led to a financial crisis of epic proportions. Italy has a different situation when it comes to financial and economic woes and, although highly affected by the crisis, it followed a completely different financial pattern. Italians are indeed much less in debt than other citizens of similar economies. Loans in general