Moving to San Marino . Expatriate and live in San Marino

 

 

Surrounded by the Italian peninsula, the protagonist of our mini guide today is a small reality, but that, despite its small size, is lively and full of opportunities.

Surely, to break down the daily routine, even if only for a moment, you thought of giving up everything and moving elsewhere, perhaps in a place diametrically opposed, in terms of traditions and geography, to yours. Often, however, we are concerned about the difficulties that could be encountered by opting for such a radical choice. There are many questions and most of them are difficult to answer. What if we told you that today you could find the best solution? Yes, we at Realigro have thought of selecting the most coveted nations to be able to analyze them with you and for you! 

Today we will unveil all the cards to be able to move and buy a property in San Marino

So, if you are ready and especially armed with paper and pen to take note, we can start! 

                                                             

                

Let's start with the basics: the documents needed to access this land. To enter the small Republic is required to present a passport or identity card.

It is important to remember that you are required to travel within the borders of the country with your own identification document. once you arrive in this state, you need to understand how to move and especially what may be the most complex difficulties to overcome.

The problem of language could be one of these. The official language is Italian, given of course the proximity to the peninsula. But if you are not particularly skilled with the various idioms, remember that English is the pass that will allow you to circumvent the obstacle! 

Let's now get to the heart of our mini guide: the cost of living.

Among the first indicators that indicate the level of well-being in relation to the cost of living in a country, we identify the ''consumption per family''. If a family has a tendency to spend a lot of money monthly to meet its needs, it simply means one thing: the cost of living is high but at the same time the level of well-being is extremely high. This is what happens in San Marino, where the minimum expenses increase dramatically from year to year, giving the nation the title of ''place where you live better in Italy'' (by convention). As regards prices, we can say to be variable according to the areas. 

In order to give you a complete picture of the economic situation, we have decided to include a small list of the main costs to be borne once you arrive in this country. 

1 kilo of chicken generally costs 9.2 EURO and 10.5 EURO.

1 litre of milk usually costs between 1.3 EURO and 1.5 EURO

A dozen eggs cost about 2.7 EURO

A loaf of bread: between 1.3-1.6 EURO

Electricity costs: 27 EURO per month 

What about real estate? Also in this case, as often happens, everything varies according to the surrounding area. It starts 1,400 euros per square meter. for used in Chiesanuova to 2,500 for the new in Borgo Maggiore and City. We also remember that the services, although uneven, ensure an optimal level of welfare of citizens, in addition, the country, has a 'dynamic economy and full of opportunities! 

What can I say, we just have to wish you a good trip, to discover a truly unique reality! 

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