Washington Post: “Artist Carey Maxon was living in Brooklyn in 2015 when she received an email informing her that she had been named sole heir in a will in Italy. It was not a scam. Maxon recognized the name of the executor who sent the message — and of the architect whose farm she had lived on after college. Ermanno Gardani had died, leaving her a Tuscan estate, complete with 1,000 olive trees, forests, farmland and two homes, as well as an apartment in Milan.”
Real Estate Inheriting Property Overseas Can be a Dream Come True, but it Comes with Challenges
By On the Net|2018-06-04T12:18:16+00:00June 8th, 2018|
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