Stefania Pescarmona


Stefania Pescarmona

Stefania Pescarmona

Director of and editor-in-chief of the magazine. A professional journalist, she holds a law degree from the University of Turin. She has worked at MF, Bloomberg Investments, and Finanza&Mercati. She has contributed to Affari&Finanza (Repubblica) and Advisor.

Buying a house or renting is the question that many investors ask themselves, especially nowadays, with higher mortgage payments due to higher interest rates. What to do?

How many square meters can you buy with 150,000 euros? If in Catania you can buy 150m2 (one thousand euros per m2) in Milan, with the same amount, you can buy just 44, which drops to 15.4 in the histo

With 158 thousand residential property sales expected in 2022, transactions in Lombardy are more than double those in Lazio. Leading the ranking is Milan, followed, at a great distance, by Brescia and

A class A building can cost on average 31% more than the average price of properties in the same city, reaching a 47% difference on prestigious properties or in the main city centers (Milan and Rome).

ESG, innovation, and people's needs are the three driving themes of real estate. In Italy, logistics continue, but also attractive is residential in all its facets: social housing, retirement/assisted

Italy is one of the most attractive countries for foreign investors thanks to its flat tax, historically lower house prices than those of the United States and a favorable exchange rate. Here are the

In the first six months of 2022, sales of offices in Italy jumped by 75.2% compared to the first lockdown, reaching 6,395, exceeding the levels reached in the pre-pandemic period (+ 32.2%). But there

Small, but of design, technological and strictly located in the cities. Here is the home desired by young people, who do not like commuting and live the night. What are millennials looking for in Ital

The Italian residential market should close 2022 with transactions down to 730 thousand, compared to over 748 thousand in 2021, but with prices up by 2-4%. The estimates of Tecnocasa

In the first half of 2022, the real estate market in Rome is growing. Focus on the individual areas of the capital

In contrast to a market that, in Italy, saw house prices fall by 1% in the 3° quarter of 2022, Milan continued to rise, confirming itself at the top of the most expensive cities in Italy

Investment properties: with 100, 300 and 500 thousand euros, what can you buy in the real estate sector in Milan, Rome, Bologna and Naples?

In 2022, in Italy, the hotel real estate sector projected revenues of 3.1 billion (+25%). In the decade 2010-20, the superior properties increased by 21% in 4-star hotels and 57% in 5-star hotels

For seniors, there are two real estate residential solutions: Rsa and senior housing. The latter is a housing formula focused on the self-sufficient and semi-self-sufficient over 75s and is an interme

In the context of war, investment in real estate would still seem to be the best choice for Italians, who must however adopt an attitude based on prudence and focus on quality.

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