This means that those who buy must be fully aware and responsible for what they buy, of which the Tribunal is no guarantee.
When making an auction purchase, the Tribunal takes for granted that it has informed itself of what has been won. It is also true that the Court provides documentation relating to the property, whose vision, however, is not always sufficient to guarantee the exact relevance of the technical and legal framework of the property. It can happen that the documentation is incomplete, that there have been changes not reported, that the situation of the property has changed with time and so on. This implies that if the necessary verifications and studies on the documentation are not carried out, we may find ourselves at the time of the award with economic, structural and other gradients without being aware of them and, as specified in the aforementioned article, very little can be done after the award.
The purchase at auction to date has therefore as we have seen many advantages, but requires careful evaluation, better if by an expert who can indicate with accuracy the many variables and possible criticalities, such as the actual times of liberation, the total costs of participation in the auction, any hidden costs, the quantification of taxes, any dependencies and not least offer a real estimate of the market value of the property, in order to quantify the actual economic benefits of the purchase transaction.
For this purpose, Professione Aste provides the customer with the experience of a team of consultants, accumulated over years of activity in multiple Italian courts, which we send you to contact for any information or for the deepening.