These specific type of properties are generally characterized by the uniqueness of the location, historical-artistic relevance and marked architectural character.
There may be various legal issues connected with the purchase of a luxury apartment in a prestigious condominium in Milan, rather than a typical farmhouse on the Tuscan hills or an important sea view villa in Liguria.Thereby not forgetting the historical homes in Umbria, the charming lake view penthouses of Northern Italy, or a wonderful Trullo / Masseria in Puglia.
For this reason, the protection of the buyer’s rights and interests must be prepared even before start negotiating with the seller.
What makes the buying process of a luxury property different from a traditional purchase?
Although the essential steps of the buying process of a luxury property are basically the same if compared with the traditional one, our personal experience here at Clemente Law Firm suggests that the approach should be different.