In the first semester of this year, the italian property market suffered a further decrease. The number of transactions has been reduced and the time to close a deal has been protracted as well.
But this situation is not a surprise, because it reflects the forecasts of the sector and the global trend.
Many specialists argue we are at the end of a long period of sacrifices and bet on a gradual pick up of the property market in 2010.
Thanks to its cultural and historical interests, Rome has been one of the least affected of all italian cities. The property valuations held steady and therefore confirming the investments.
This crisis has obliged the real estate market to a deep transformation through a more attentive and reflective demand, an offer less speculative and a new strategy from the operators of the sector.
In this new scenery, where service quality, skills and transparency will be the key of success, Engel & Völkers Roma Centro Storico has got what it takes to play a primary role.
Ing. Helio Cordeiro Teixeira