Matt Broad

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I recently purchased a farmhouse in Lazio, Italy.
I was advised that having a lawyer, although not strictly necessary in Italy, would be a good idea.
I took that advice and I’m very glad I did.
A friend recommended Alessandro Clemente to me, we spoke on the phone, his English is excellent. He gave me a fixed price for the work, which gave me great peace of mind. I had been warned that fees can run wild if the property purchase is complex.
The unusual thing in Italy is that the real estate agent writes the contract. While I’m sure in most cases this would be fine, one could imagine that could lead to unforeseen issues.
The first thing Alessandro did was rewrite the contract and noted large parts of the building were not on the title deeds. A common problem, as building works often don’t get registered with the local authorities.
Alessandro’s work was faultless, no detail was overlooked and he would respond to emails late in the evening and at weekends. Beyond the call of duty I felt.
My purchase dragged on for some five months as the relevant paperwork was sorted out by the vendor. Alessandro kept a great interest in the ongoing developments and made sure I was fully informed of it’s progress. I can only imagine what this would have been like if I had had to deal with it on my own.
I would absolutely recommend a lawyer if buying in Italy. And would suggest Alessandro without hesitation. He made a very complex purchase very easy for me, but hard work for him, which I fully appreciate.

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