My family and I have decided to put my Tuscany villa up for sale.
It is located in Italy, not far from Florence, and includes 4 independent flats, 30 hectares of land, as well as vineyards, olive groves, a river and a lot to build a restaurant.
I would want to avoid the traditional route of going to a mainstream agent and wish for luck.
I have read that these type of properties are sold through networking, however I’m new to this (never sold a property before).
The asking price is on the range of €2M and it is visible here: www.ninfale.com
Ideally, I would invest part of the profit in small rental real estates in major European capitals.
What advice would you give to someone in my place?
Should I just go agency?
Thanks in advance,
Not sure that an american rental / investing site is going to be much help .
these type of trophy properties are usually sold through higher end brokers like Sotheby's etc .
Sounds like a cool place I have to think this is an easy sale for the local brokers or other types of brokerage community in the area.. Although there may be some Americans looking for a Tuscan estate but I would venture to guess not many or on BP..