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03 Jan 2011
Carol
Posts:16
Moving

Does anybody know of any decent rentals for around 700 Euro per month. I need a yard as i have 2 dogs. Also I am non military dont want to go through an agency

 

Thanks

Carol

18 Aug 2014
Lincoln
Posts:7
Re: Moving (House and Vehicle, non-military)

For 700 euros you can get at least 100 square meters in most places outside city center of Caserta. (The base is part of the Caserta province).
Some local classified ads are: http://www.casertaweb.com/annunci.asp and http://www.subito.it/annunci-campania/affitto/ville-singole-e-a-schiera/?ps=0&pe=0and: http://casa.tuttomercato.it/ricerca.do?rsid=2&rt=&rlrid=15&rlpid=61&rlcid=0&rlzid=0&rcid=260&trova.x=17&trova.y=6 Most landlords do not speak English, and where you see "Agenzia" means it is represented by an agent. It will be useful to familiarized yourself with the Italian rental regulation beforehand. Many landlords may not want to register a contract due to the tax and hassle involved, but if you need residency, it has to be registered with the Agenzia delle Entrate (Revenue Agency). If you don't need residency, you can find more flexible accomodation and often better price without the registration. For those of you who wish to bring a vehicle from the U. S. to Italy as a non-military resident, it is a very long and cumbersome process.
You have to be FULLY informed before even decide to bring your vehicle and the preparation has to begin in the U. S., there are many
details that you simply cannot find on the web, not even from the Embassy web site. The only comprehensive English guide to this process is available as an ebook at http://www.ItalyCarImport.com 

18 Aug 2014
Lincoln
Posts:7
Re: Moving (House and Vehicle, non-military)

For 700 euros you can get at least 100 square meters in most places outside city center of Caserta. (The base is part of the Caserta province).
Some local classified ads are: http://www.casertaweb.com/annunci.asp and http://www.subito.it/annunci-campania/affitto/ville-singole-e-a-schiera/?ps=0&pe=0 and TuttoMercato Most landlords do not speak English, and where you see "Agenzia" means it is represented by an agent. It will be useful to familiarized yourself with the Italian rental regulation beforehand. Many landlords may not want to register a contract due to the tax and hassle involved, but if you need residency, it has to be registered with the Agenzia delle Entrate (Revenue Agency). If you don't need residency, you can find more flexible accomodation and often better price without the registration. For those of you who wish to bring a vehicle from the U. S. to Italy as a non-military resident, it is a very long and cumbersome process.
You have to be FULLY informed before even decide to bring your vehicle and the preparation has to begin in the U. S., there are many
details that you simply cannot find on the web, not even from the Embassy web site. The only comprehensive English guide to this process is available as an ebook at http://www.ItalyCarImport.com