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The residential market of Rome moves to the suburbs

Posted: 21 September 2018

In Rome there is a progressive depopulation of the city centre and an expansion of the residential area towards more peripheral areas.

This is what emerges from a study by the Centro Studi sull’Economia Immobiliare – CSEI Tecnoborsa which underlined how with regard to the surface of the house of the Romans, 4.9% live in dwellings up to 45 square meters; 25.7% in houses from 46 to 70 square meters; 44.5% in homes between 71 and 100 square meters; 20.5% in medium-large houses ranging from 101 to 140 square meters; finally, the remaining 4.4% live in cuts over 140 square meters.