Superbonus retired at the end of 2023: what will happen next?

Among the various hypotheses, the extension of 6 months with respect to the current deadlines

We have been talking about it for months but the building bonus system is nearing a big change.
First of all, at the end of this year, the Superbonus 110% will expire for single-family homes and self-contained real estate, to permanently retire to end of 2023 when he also says stop working in condominiums.

But what will the future situation be like, especially with regard to percentages and deadlines, also considering the imminent change of government?

In this regard, in these days, various exponents of the new majority in Parliament are discussing some interventions that may already be present in the next maneuver.

Going into more detail of the question, it seems that we are thinking about a reorganization of building bonuses.
In particular, the 100% post would like to leave room for one lower deduction (of 60-70%), but guaranteed over the long term, and diversified on the basis of the beneficiary’s income and the type of property.

To date, with regard to the Facade Bonus in condominiums, expiring at the end of 2022, a progressive reduction is expected which, from 110%, will pass to 70% in 2024 and to 65% in 2025. In this case, we will therefore consider a possible rearrangement starting from the current situation.

In any case, at the basis of every reasoning and choice, there must be a criterion that takes into account several factors, such as: sustainability, structurality of the measures and the ability to push the economy.

In this context, the Ance (National Association of Building Constructors) is working to maintain the various building bonuses making them structural, in order to achieve the European objectives in terms of energy saving and putting in seismic safety of real estate assets.

First of all, it is essential that the progressive reduction defined by the latest budget law be respected, without new upheavals in progress. In other words, the association is against any retroactive changes.

Referring then to the great chaos and the continuous stop & go caused by the many changes regarding the assignment of credits, Ance believes that it would be correct to think of a extension of 6 months with respect to the expected deadlines. And therefore, for single-family and independent houses with independent access, it would arrive in June 2023 while for condominiums in June 2024.

Finally, the representatives of the ANCE argue that a new modulation should be evaluated with new forms of support or financing, all supported by careful studies on the impact that the bonuses have on the economy in order to protect the economic sustainability of the measures themselves. .

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