The search engines have spoken and thousands of you want to know how to buy property in Sardinia, Italy.
I’m here to show you the easy way.
How to buy property in Sardinia, Italy
The easy way is to find an agent you trust; and I know a lot of you trust me otherwise my inbox wouldn’t be filled with questions like:
- How do I buy a small house in Sardinia with a plot of land for a garden?
- I’d like to retire to Sardinia but I don’t speak Italian?
- My husband and I would like to move to Sardinia with our family but we don’t speak Italian and haven’t a bank account in Italy, what do we do?
How do you find an agent you can trust and one that speaks fluent Italian and fluent English?
That’s another easy question that I can answer. I’ve worked closely with a company based in Budoni, Sardinia who have helped English speakers just like you find their dream home in paradise, and who have gone above and beyond their agent duties to make sure every last-minute detail is taken care of.
Immobiliare Orizzonte Casa Sardegna is the agent for you.
Bruno Pala is the owner and agent of Immobiliare Orizzonte Casa and is fluent in Italian and English. British born, he has over 15 years’ experience living, working and selling property from the coast to mountain towns in Sardinia.
He has successfully helped British buyers find their dream house and these buyers now call Sardinia home, all year round.
Immobiliare Orizzonte Casa Sardegna will help you:
- Get your Italian tax code
- Set up an Italian bank account
- Will prepare for the purchase and sale of the home
I live on the Northwest coast of Sardinia and am totally biased to the emerald hues, red granite pillars of strength and the gracious hospitality from the Islanders. For the last six years, Sardinia has been my home, my sanctuary, my life force and the place my soul has found to rest.
She can also be yours.
Sardinia’s rugged, unspoilt coastlines are unforgettable moments you can make last a lifetime, and your first move is to decide where in the north you’d like to call home.
The two major airports in North Sardinia are Alghero and Olbia. Both are serviced by low-cost airlines and national carriers. The driving distance between the two airports is roughly 2 hours, but if you’re like me and stop to smell the roses, and you will here in paradise, the drive will be enjoyable.
North Sardinia’s Hot Property Spots
- Costa Paradiso
- Golfo Aranci
- Porto Cervo
- San Teodoro
- Santa Teresa di Gallura
There are no restrictions on foreign buyers and, as of January 1st, 2014 the Italian resale tax on property has been lowered making this the time to buy your dream property in Sardinia.
What’s in your wallet is none of my business but expect to buy a property from €65,000 to €3 million; the latter price tag was bought by Roman Abramovich who last year bought a whopper of a villa in Costa Smeralda.
There are also plenty of moderately priced properties for sale with stunning views and mountainous terrain outside the glitz and glamour of the Emerald Coast in areas like:
- San Teodoro
Now that you have decided to call Sardinia your home, why not give Immobiliare Orizzonte Casa Sardegna a call. I guarantee that you won’t be disappointed, you can even tell them that I sent you.
Bruno Pala – Agent & Owner
Orizzonte Casa Sardegna – Budoni
Via De Gasperi, 18 Budoni
Tel: +39 07841896176
Cel: +39 3932364058
Happy house hunting from our home to yours.
bookmarked, thank you. I think our expat adventure will begin in Lucca rather than Sardinia, but who knows, maybe we can pick up a little place sometime down the road… I’ve often said that if it was entirely up to me I’d take Sardinia even over my semi-native Tuscany and Umbria.
Thanks Tania! It was great working with you and even better now that we’re friends too with you and Sergei. I’ll have to thank Jennifer then if you got to know me through her and this blog article ?? Ciao 🙂
We came to see Bruno in January 2016. He find us a house in 7 days!!! Closed on it in April :)! Very,very happy living here now. Bruno helped us with A LOT of things!!!! He made it nice and easy for us. So if you looking for a house – I can highly recommend him! Thank you Jennifer:) and thank you Bruno. :)))
Thanks Tania! It was great working with you and even better now that we’re friends too with you and Sergei. I’ll have to thank Jennifer then if you got to know me through her and this blog article ?? Ciao🙂
Does the northern area include Theisi? Hope I spelled it right..
It would be Thiesi. Drop me an email at email@example.com if you need help with property.
Our family would like to visit Sardinia to possibly move there.
Hi Cassie! drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks jane 🙂 I’m glad all is working out well and your happy with your new Sardinian home.
Well, we’ve just got back from our recky week in Sardinia and went to see the rental property that Bruno Pala found for us, and it’s FABULOUS. Our house is on the market and as soon as it’s sold (please be quick) we are Sardinia bound. Anyone wanting help with finding/buying property on this beautiful iddll you can put your trust in Bruno Pala, he will go above and beyond to help in whatever way he can. Thanks for the heads up Jennifer. https://mysardinianlife.com/tag/immobiliare-orizzonte-casa-sardegna/
Hi Janet. I’m so happy that things turned out for you here in sardinia
Is there a similiar website that is in english?
At the moment they are working on the English site. Is there something I can help you with? Also the owner and agent Bruno does speak English fluently. Please let me know how I can help.
Thanks for your great article 🙂 I’m Totally and utterly flattered!!
I contacted Bruno and he’s found a rental for us through a contact.
We will be going to see it in two weeks. Yee ha.
Thank you for the his contact details.
This is great news, Jane! Let me know how things go for you here. Have fun. 🙂
I WISH I could buy some property there…I can’t complain though because we WILL have some property (i.e., my in-laws) years from now! It would be SO nice however, to have a nice property right near the beach!! *Sigh*
SO very tempting! I wonder what one would get for E65 000, though – a dog-kennel?
Here’s one for 45,000, inland. I’d take it!
Oops, sorry, my Mom called me on Skype. Here’s the link: http://www.orizzontecasasardegna.com/dpaweb/agenzia-immobiliare-Budoni-vendita.asp
Wow – not bad!
I know right, plenty of bush and olive trees, privacy! My kinda place. 🙂
I can’t tell you how popular a post like this would be here in Cuenca–if I knew enough to write one. Well done, Jennifer. I bet this one will be a hit. Good for you for listening to those search engines!
Hugs from Ecuador,
Thank you, Kathy! Here’s hoping for a hit! 🙂 And I did have to do my homework before I wrote this piece.
I wish I was in THAT market! 🙂