Market outlook 2016

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sardegna-sardiniaThe Italian economy is beginning to strengthen and is expected to further reinforce in 2016, as a result also the outlook for the RE market looks promising.

To confirm this positive premises, we confirm that the real estate market in Sardinia has had tangible signs of recovery, especially in the last six months, with foreigner clients looking for investments throughout the island, with a special attention for the uniqueness and peculiarities of Gallura – Costa Smeralda area.

Gallura with its 450 km of pristine coastline is one of the most beautiful natural areas in the world; a real protected and safe haven in the heart of the Mediterranean, rich in history, just few hours flight from major European capitals, characterized by low density population, absence of visual and physical barriers, very low crime rate, international glamour as well as strong local identity and unique landscape.

Gallura real estate market was marked in 2015 by a sharp increase and a constant interest, coming to represent 44.2% of the global Sardinian market. * Source Agenzia del Territorio

This data indicates an economic panorama in which property is still considered the safer asset and has once again become the focus of interest of desire and planning of Italians and foreigner clients.spiaggia-mare-sardegna

Sardinia, responds perfectly to the innate desire for quality of life, health, nature, freedom, authentic space, serenity and good living.

Immobilsarda has seen a renewed interest from the European and north European market, especially in the mid to high segment, which had been relatively quiet in recent years. Lately young people and young families have bought houses, villas and apartments as second or third homes in Gallura-Costa Smeralda and have looked at Sardinia as an investment for the present and future generations.

Investors have turned their attention to the island’s inland, especially to traditional and characteristic properties, and the interest for homes by the sea, where the supply is increasingly limited and environmental protection is more relevant, remains constant.

Among the most sought after locations: Piccolo Romazzino, Pevero Golf, La Celvia, Cala di Volpe, Porto Cervo, together with the gateways to the Costa Smeralda: Porto Rotondo, Porto Rafael. These unique and protected places represent an investment that will rise with time.

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