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For every type of asset, BNP Paribas Real Estate – Valuation has local valuers covering the whole of Italy. Italy has long interested investors, occupiers and banks thanks to a healthy property market driven by tourism. Discover what the country has to offer.

Property valuation in Italy

Italy is a dynamic property market for those seeking stable and secure investment in a wide variety of assets. The BNP Paribas Real Estate – Valuation team is able to address the property valuation needs of clients for all property asset types across Italy, from Rome to Milan.

Understanding Italian property value

With a population of approximately 59.3 million*, Italy has the 3rd largest economy in the Eurozone. It benefits from a large number of small and medium sized companies, particularly in the north where industry reigns. 

Italy has an extremely well developed infrastructure. The Italian rail network is extensive, especially in the north, and includes a high-speed rail network that links the country’s city centres, Milan and Turin. Italy also has a large number of harbours, making it an excellent location for logistics. Italy has 70 airports serving both national and international flights for over 160 million passengers in 2016. 

Though Italy’s retail and hotel real estate are primary drivers of investment, Italy has a varied investment environment across the whole spectrum of assets, from commercial to residential real estate. In 2016, the Roman property market saw an investment of over €1 billion. ** Our valuers understand the importance of such elements in property valuation and can guide you through the valuation of your property across Italy

Our property experts understand local market and rental values across Italy’s main city centres, including Rome and Milan

The economic heart of Italy has never been tied to just one city, but rather in several large cities. As a result, business districts are evenly distributed across the country. The country’s two largest cities, Rome and Milan, are major contributors to the economy thanks to thriving tourism and retail industries. Regional centres such as Bologna and Genoa are home to the country’s industrial and logistics centres. In the Northwest, Turin is a regional centre of note for its automobile manufacturing industries of major Italian companies: FIAT, Lancia and Alfa Romeo. Neighbouring Venice remains a main attraction for tourists around the world.

Our valuers have extensive market knowledge and are able to analyse sectors to see which areas have the most value in Italy, thanks to our deep understanding of property markets across Europe. Our experts are specialised by asset type and geographic location and can answer your property valuation questions whether you’re an investor, bank or potential occupier.

Property valuation in Italian cities

Property Valuation in Rome

 

 

 

Rome is one of Italy’s most dynamic markets thanks to the city’s constant influx of tourists. Though the office market is traditionally closed off to foreign investors, the retail sector has seen more interest from occupiers, investors and banks in recent years. Our valuers understand local market and rental value to help you perform your commercial property valuations in Rome. The addition of a railway in Rome’s centre will add to the expansion of the Roman property market. Tiburtina, one of Rome’s main business districts has recently undergone significant urban redevelopment, with several residential buildings in progress.

 

 

 

Property Valuation in Milan

 

 

Milan is the second largest city in Italy after Rome, and is home to thousands of multinational companies in the Porta Nueva district. In addition to attracting multinational companies, Milan’s international identity has inspired entrepreneurship in the city. The city’s Porta Romana district is home to Italy’s largest start-up incubator. Much like Rome, Milan’s tourism sector plays a major role in the property market. Milan has an extensive public transit system in place to accommodate its up to 8 million tourists per year.

 

*Source: World Bank
**Source: BNPPRE Office market report

 

 

Our team in Italy: 

BNP Paribas Real Estate Valuation’s local valuers are able to guide you in your property valuations across Italy thanks to our advanced regional market knowledge. Our services cover the property valuation of a variety of assets: from offices and hotels, to logistics and retail.

 

 

 

 

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