Buying a home

What is Buy to rent and how does it work?

The Buy to Rent is a sales contract: the buyer immediately takes possession of the property, which will be paid in deferred form. The contract includes a clause guaranteeing the seller in the event of default by the buyer, the contract is terminated and the original owner regains possession

In the contract it can be established whether the sums paid will be returned in whole or in part.

One of the main difficulties entrepreneurs who operate abroad find themselves having to face is identifying the most suitable payment conditions to protect their interests, whether they are sellers or buyers: the seller has an interest in avoiding the risk of default or late payment; the purchaser aims to retain, for as long as possible, the liquidity necessary to make the relative payment, attempting to postpone it with respect to the delivery of the goods or the provision of the service, also and above all in order to verify, in the meantime, whether the goods or services provided comply with what was agreed.

There is no form of payment that is absolutely better than the others : your choice must be weighted on the basis of the specific case and based on a careful assessment of the counterparty and the country with which you are negotiating. In particular, among the elements that decisively influence this choice we mention:

country stake, also understood as political hazard, which comprises of the danger of non-payment privilege to critical conditions (political, financial, social crises, etc.) in the importer’s country; the legal risk, which includes the risks deriving from the different interpretation of the contractual and commercial terms agreed and those deriving from the different legal framework of reference, also including the uses and customs, as well as the import-export regulations in force in the individual countries;

 the situation of the banking system  in the country of the counterparty;

 commercial risk ,  which consists of the risk of non-payment due to insolvency of the importer. This is the same kind of risk that exists in every transaction, even in the internal market.