The Residential Real Estate Report of the Internal Revenue Service reveals that in smaller municipalities the increase in purchases and sales stands at +33.2%, while in cities at +11.5%. That is because in small municipalities prices are lower for “more convenient” properties and because such locations favor that desire to improve lifestyle due to the reflections induced in the Covid period. Of particular note is the fact that from 2019 to the present, the sale of parking spaces, garages, and basements has increased by 87.7 percent, so space not only for us but also for our property.
In practice, today’s housing demand is at an all-time high, and more and more people say they are at least willing to buy a home, assuming they are not already looking for one. And all this is in spite of several variables that should normally instead discourage the decision to buy a home, such as rising mortgage payments, speculative bubbles, and the impact of other larger factors such as inflation and geopolitical crisis. According to Nomisma analysts, prices in 2023 will fall slightly, then rise steeply again in 2024 with a forecast of price increases for Milan at around 12 percent and Rome at 9 percent.
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On the other hand, real estate crowdfunding fully mirrors this trend
According to data from Crowdfunding Buzz’s observatory on real estate crowdfunding, in 2022, to date, real estate crowdfunding has raised more than €92 million, of which 62 with lending and 30 with equity, for a total of more than 240 real estate projects financed by the “crowd.” A trend that, with a full quarter to the end of the year, will certainly lead to exceeding the €110 million mark.
More than a thousand entrepreneurs have observed and sensed this trend and found themselves in Lugano thanks to Andrea Maurizio Gilardoni, business angel and real estate entrepreneur and founder of Italy’s leading real estate crowdfunding platform Rendimento Etico, which in more than five years has trained more than fifteen thousand professionals with the seminar “Earning with Homes.” Some of them gathered in Lugano last weekend for a three-day event dedicated to learning specializations in their craft. The event is part of a veritable academy, called “Club Advanced,” to learn how to improve oneself, to understand what the developments in the real estate market are and can be, and which Gilardoni himself will present at the upcoming Cambio Vita Live event, to be held in Rimini Nov. 11-13.
The basic idea is that it does not take big capital to be able to become a real estate entrepreneur, buy houses, renovate them and eventually make a profit, but it does take the will and the ability to want to turn one’s life around, achieving what Gilardoni calls financial dignity by following the right method and possessing the skills to make one’s way in this ever-evolving industry.
“It had been a long time since I had come into live contact with so many entrepreneurs who were interested in learning more, how to best specialize, and how their work can have a positive impact not only in their own lives but also in the lives of the people they meet thanks to a series of protocols and tricks of the trade that I gladly put at their disposal. So when my staff told me there would be over a thousand participants I felt proud of my path.” – said Gilardoni – “I started about twenty years ago from nothing, but with a lot of study, observation, and application, together with my wife Lucia and other partners, we have generated several real estate-related businesses and in the last four we have created five startups.”
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