Property Finder in Trieste

Buying a house in Trieste is easier if you rely on professionals. Thanks to our experience in the field and our connections with the territory, we are able to find the home of your dreams and help you avoid unpleasant situations that can happen when buying a property in a foreign country.

Our 360° consultancy starts right from the first free interview, which allows us to identify the client’s wishes and advise them on areas and properties where to concentrate their searches.

Our network of real estate agencies and partners will allow us to select the right property for every need, even by drawing on the private market, builders and sifting through houses not yet on the market.


How to buy a house in Trieste?

Our Property Finding service in Trieste always starts with a free meeting (in person or by video call) with the Client, to identify his wishes, budget and desired timing.

Once this first phase has been completed, we start looking for the property of your dreams, providing you with assistance also for the issuance of the Italian tax code (the “codice fiscale”) and the opening of a bank account (essential for the purchase of any property in Italy). These measures allow us to be able to move quickly in the real estate market in Trieste, where for some properties even a couple of days can make a difference.

How much does it cost to buy a house in Trieste?

The purchase of a property in Trieste obviously involves the payment of some ancillary costs. Let us try to summarize them here:

  • Purchase tax – usually 9% on the cadastral value, which often translates to between 3 and 6% on the purchase price
  • Agency commission – usually around 4% plus VAT, to be excluded in the case of a property purchased from a private individual
  • Notary cost – around €2,000, plus the possible cost of translating the deeds
    Stamp duty and cadastral tax

It is therefore advisable to calculate in the budget about 15% more for the various expenses that will be faced to buy an apartment in Trieste.

What’s the price of a house in Trieste?

The price of real estate in Trieste can vary greatly depending on the area and conditions; according to the latest surveys, in the center it is possible to find apartments with prices per square meter higher than €2000-2400. More exclusive areas such as Barcola, Grignano and Santa Croce can reach over €3,000 per square metre, while in more peripheral areas it is possible to go down to around €1,200-1,500. This is why an expert eye who knows the market well can be useful!

How much does your service cost?

The Property Finding service in Trieste has a fixed cost of the final sale price. Our offer includes an initial fee of €1000 upon signing the contract (which will then be deducted from the total commission), and includes the issue of the tax code and the opening of a bank account at a trusted bank. Buying a house in Trieste with our service has no hidden costs or additional fees: you will only pay what you find in the contract.

What does the property finding service in Trieste include?

Joining our service guarantees professional valuations for all properties that reflect the characteristics desired by the user, in-person visits and support throughout the negotiation phase up to the notarial deed. Unlike a normal real estate agency which has to mediate between two parties, our Property Finding service in Trieste will allow you to have a real estate agent dedicated only to your interests.


How to find a house in Trieste?

Our area has properties with very different characteristics, suitable for different budgets and needs. Whether you are looking for an apartment in Trieste with a sea view, a solitary villa or a luxury studio apartment in the centre, contact us! We are at your disposal to help you find the home of your dreams and we have the experience in the area to be able to advise you.

What budget is recommended?

Finding a good deal by committing an amount of less than 100,000 euros is now very difficult, given the constant increase in property prices in Trieste. In this budget we have also considered the various ancillary costs such as commissions to real estate agents, notary costs and taxes, which usually amount to 15% of the property price.
Thanks to our network of collaborators we often have information on the apartments before they go on sale, this gives us a small advantage over a non-professional search.


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