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What advice to expats in Rimini have about housing?

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"Expats in Rimini, advise that you should consider the location of the housing before making a decision. The closer the house is to the city center or the beach, the more expensive it will be. They also suggest that you should check the condition of the house thoroughly before signing any contract, as some houses may require renovation. Expats also recommend hiring a local real estate agent who can help you navigate the housing market and negotiate prices. They can also help you understand the terms and conditions of the lease agreement. It's also important to consider the type of housing that suits your needs. If you prefer a quiet environment, a house in the countryside may be a good option. On the other hand, if you want to be close to amenities and nightlife, an apartment in the city center may be more suitable. Expats also advise that you should be prepared for high utility bills, especially during the winter months, as heating can be expensive in Italy. Lastly, they suggest that you should try to learn some Italian or have someone who speaks Italian with you when dealing with landlords or real estate agents, as not everyone speaks English," commented one expat who made the move to Rimini, Italy.

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