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Old 4th July 2013, 07:07 AM
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Hi! Happy to be a part of the forum.

Lived in Italy in 2005. Now living in USA (Seattle). While in Italy we found, and now import, an amazing balsamic vinegar of Modena!

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Hi All,
I'm Living In Tuscany I haven't done so for a long time though. I've come out here to help out the family as they are quite elderly and struggling with the size of the property they have.

I wanted to ask some for some advise on property. My Parents are Expats and are trying to sell their Italian property and move back to the UK. With the current climate there doesn't seem to be much interest. I wanted to ask if anyone has recently bought a property or sold.. any tips.. Where would be a good starting point to advertise the property and get it sold fairly quickly ?

The house is very large and is out in the country about 45 mins From Arezzo. I have created a website and added a few pictures to get things started.

Any tips would be appreciated.

Many Thanks !

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Old 30th August 2013, 06:11 PM
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Hi may name is Ann and I'm very new to this. I currently live in Florida but will be relocating to Italy within the next three years. My fiancÚ is Italian and currently lives there. I'm trying to get prepared to move there and although I will have the best possible guide I could possibly have since he is Italian and has lived there all his life, I was hoping to get the perspective from those who have moved there. I recently came back from my very first trip to Italy and I have to say it was amazing. My fiancÚ lives in the South, in the region of Puglia. I wanted to know how easy has it been for expats to find jobs in Italy, since I can't imagine myself staying home. I'm an assistant to a spine surgeon here in Florida.

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Old 2nd September 2013, 01:15 AM
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Well brand new to this so here goes nothing. I live in Louisiana and I'm hoping to move to Europe, hopefully Italy, when I finish my Chemical Engineering degree in about 3 years. I was thinking about doing a semester abroad in Turin, Milan, or Rome to see how I liked it. I was hoping to get some tips and advice about Italy here as well.

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Old 12th September 2013, 03:39 AM
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Hello everyone!

My name is Patricia. I am a project manager in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. I have lived in South Korea and Japan and I had returned to the US with the intention of settling down in my home country. Instead, I fell in love with an Italian man who is in the States work for. Now he has to return to Italy and I am planning on making the move with him.

I am trying to do research on my own, but it is very difficult and so I am here to get advice on how to move to Italy.

It seems to me that teaching English may be my best avenue for getting a visa. I have a TESL certificate and about 5 years of experience teaching in South Korea and Japan. I also have my master's degree in translation, though I do not think it will help me much in this situation because my language pair is Japanese to US English.

I hoping to find some practical advice on this forum the best places to look for a teaching position (specifically in Torino) and any other advice people can spare.

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Old 17th September 2013, 10:40 AM
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Hey, my name is Katya, I am originally from Russia but I was working in the UK for a while so I'm more british ;-) expat in Merano,Italy. I've got a new job here as a figure skating coach and looking for some English speaking friends as I need to practice and not to forget english. But not just for that of course :-) we can have coffee, drink or just a nice walk in town. Also will be happy to find Russian people for sure. So. I hope this website will help me.

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Old 23rd September 2013, 03:42 PM
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Hi everyone,

I am newbe to the website. I am Italian and I moved to France for work. Whether you need info on living/working in Italy, feel free to ask. As I moved out, my flat is available for renting, therefore anyone that might be interested can contact me.
Here below you can find a brief description. Feel free to ask if you need more details.
Location/Transport: the apartment is located in Carmagnola (via pancalieri), a town 30km from Turin.
Carmagnola is well connected with both motorway and railway (journey time to Turin: 25 min). It can be a good solution for those who work/study in both Turin area or Bra/Savigliano area. Ideal for those who want to stay away from the stress of the city and looking for a peaceful location.

Apartment's details: 65 sq-meter, top floor (building of four floors), fully renovated 4months ago, consisting of spacious living/kitchen area(fully furnished kitchen, table, chairs, tv and sofa), bedroom, bathroom, lumber room, balcony with view to the Alps, cellar and car garage. The building has a common and quiet garden provided with open-air parking lots. Rent is 430euro/month plus a montly extra charge of 90euro (which include the following: heating, water, lift, cleaning of common areas, administration and ordinary fees).

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Old 11th October 2013, 07:24 AM
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Hi I'm Meagan; recently moved to Ovindoli, L'Aquila in the Abruzzo region.
Looking for some english speakers and expacts to share my experience with; and tips to help me get settled in Italy.

Its the first time that I have used an online forum; so I'm looking forward to getting involved in some way.

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Hello and thank you for letting me join the forumI'm Mark Patti, a americal italian male 65 year's old living in Reno, Nevada.I became more intrested in moving to Italy, because there was a business in Salerno
for sale that peaked my intrest. now its more about just moving there,and enjoy life.I had intrests in Latin and South America, and even the Philippines. But i think italy would maybe a better move.I do have some concerns but i'll hopefully get answers to those. My vision is 1 year,i have several properites to sell and a business.Thanks. mark Oh by the way, Patti, is a small town in Sicily i believe.

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Hello all,

I'm not an Expat yet, but have been dreaming of doing so for a very long time. This June, I will make we dream come true. I've decided recently, but not yet the country. I come from the USA, teacher, and looking at either Italy, France, Germany or the UK.

Carlo

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