Superbonus, Cgia: “71.7 billion spent on 3.1% of homes”

Veneto has registered the most numerous appeals, the least involved regions are Calabria and Valle d’Aosta

The curtain falls on the transfers of credits, on invoice discounts and the balance sheet on the Superbonus is in chiaroscuro. Against 372,303 sworn statements filed by 31 January last, the State with the superbonus will have to bear an expense of 71.7 billion euros.

Recalling that there are almost 12.2 million residential buildings in Italy, the CGIA Research Office has hypothesized that, up to now, this measure has affected only 3.1 percent of the total number of residential buildings.

For the CGIA, the Superbonus should not be “rejected”, however this measure has caused a cost for general taxation that is “frightening” and not proportional to the number of buildings that have been “efficiently made”. Furthermore, the conviction of having spent too much and having “drugged” even the housing market is still very high, observes the CGIA.

As for the superbonus ‘map’, at the regional level it is Veneto that has recorded the most numerous use of the Superbonus 110 in relation to existing residential buildings. With 46,447 asseverations, the percentage incidence of the latter on the number of existing residential buildings is equal to 4.4 per cent, in Tuscany it drops to 4 per cent and in Lombardy to 3.9 per cent. The regions least involved, however, are Calabria, Valle d’Aosta and Liguria (all with an incidence of 2 percent), together with Sicily which closes the ranking with 1.7 percent. Lastly, at a national level, the average amount of deductions at the end of the work is 192,756 euros per residential building. The maximum peaks can be seen in Campania (247,337 euros), Basilicata (254,090 euros) and Valle d’Aosta (267,698 euros). On the other hand, Friuli Venezia Giulia (152,056 euros), Tuscany (151,206) and Veneto (150,906 euros) close the ranking.