Buying a house on the upper floors cost the 23% more compared to the average prices

Posted: 5 October 2018

A house search in three focuses on homes located on the upper floors, despite to live at “high altitude” costs the 23% more than the average value of the area, according to an analysis by Immobiliare.it.

On the contrary, those who are content to remain on the first floor of the building can save about 10% on the average selling price of the city.

The region in which a “house with a view” requires a higher budget than the average price is Latium, where it comes to a surplus of 35%.

Considering the main Italian cities, those looking for a home in Milan and wanting to live with a view of the city skyline must account for a higher average cost of 22%.