We can help you quickly recover all necessary documentation in order to sell your property, also to resolve any bureaucratic issues that may hinder the sale, and arrive at the notarial deed with peace of mind.
Below are most of the documents you will need in order to sell a property in Italy:
How did you become the owner? For example, Deed of sale, inheritance, donation, exchange.
A certificate of marital status.
A chamber of Commerce report.
Cadastral category and cadastral income to calculate the registration tax. Floorplan for the property and map extract for land.
The twenty years are verified, all the deeds registered on a property to understand the state of freedom of the property.
Depending on the year the property was built it could have different names. For instance, license, concession or permit to build and variations, or amnesties.
If the property has a garden of more than 5,000 square meters or if it is land for building on.
Energy performance certificate of the property. This is similar to what you see on household appliances where they use a class: A, B, C, D, E. etc
It is better to have it but it is not mandatory. It was called a Certificate of habitability or usability but is now called a certified notification of habitability. Shows compliance with of systems, electrical, water etc..
Mandatory only in certain situations
Condominium regulation and payment certification. Applies if your property is part of a Condominium.
My name is Valeria. After many years working in the property and travel trade industries in London, I have returned to my homeland of Sardinia and now run Ajo Real Estate Agency here in Cagliari.
I am a fully qualified Italian estate agent and an experienced travel trade marketeer. Ajo provides real estate brokerage services including Co-hosting, Property Finder and Estate agent services.
The word “Ajò” is a Sardinian word that translates to “let’s go!” and is pronounced “Ayo“.