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Halldis, short term rentals: how does it costs to stay in luxury houses?

Posted: 21 December 2018

A study by Halldis, an Italian company managing more than 2.000 properties in 25 Italian and European locations, argues that it is much simpler and cheaper, than one might expect, to spend a weekend at Bosco Verticale, the most famous residential skyscraper in Milan, or to stay in a Renaissance palace with frescoed ceilings in the ancient heart of Florence and Bologna.

Halldis compared the cost of living in some of the managed properties, with the sale value of similar properties by location and type.