Investing in commercial premises, offices and garages after Covid, do supply and demand meet or not? Is it profitable to invest in non-residential real estate after the pandemic? At what price and especially in which cities? To answer these questions Casa.it has analyzed the number of listings of properties for sale of this type on the site and its average price per square meter to date with the comparison compared to a year ago and searches for rental properties of these types. in the month of April ’21 with the comparison with the month of April ’20. The analysis showed that the number of advertisements for garage-parking spaces, offices and commercial premises such as shops for sale today has grown compared to a year ago, exceeding + 20% for offices and commercial premises. Given the increase in supply, the average selling prices per square meter for all types remain substantially stable with a slight decrease of a few percentage points, in the order of -1% (garage-parking space), -3% (business premises), with the exception of offices which remain stable. As far as searches for rental properties of this type are concerned, garages-parking spaces, offices and commercial premises increase significantly year on year, in particular for garages-parking spaces and offices that grow in three figures. Searches for garage-parking spaces for rent increased in all geographic areas, from North to South, as well as the number of advertisements; the average selling price per square meter, on the other hand, for this type fell in Central Italy and in the North-East, while it grew in the South by more than 10%. As for offices, the number of advertisements and searches rose in all geographical areas, while prices remained almost stable everywhere, with a slight decline only in the Islands (-5%) and in the Center (-2%). Commercial premises recorded an increase in sales announcements and searches for rental properties throughout Italy. The North is the geographical area where the number of ads has grown the least and the South and the Islands are the areas where the number of ads has increased the most. Research records the highest growth rates in the Northwest and the Center. For garages-parking spaces, commercial premises and offices in some regions prices fall and searches for rents increase At the regional level, the number of garage-parking spaces for sale ads has grown everywhere, except in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Basilicata and Calabria. Searches for rental properties of this type have risen everywhere, except in Valle d’Aosta, Basilicata, Calabria, Molise and Puglia. Average selling prices per square meter fell in Lazio, Tuscany, Marche, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Trentino-Alto Adige; a milder decline in Liguria and Sicily (-1%). The number of office announcements grew in all regions, except Sardinia. The searches for offices for rent have grown throughout Italy, especially in Lombardy, Lazio, Piedmont and Campania. Average selling prices per square meter fell in Lazio, Marche, Sicily, Trentino-Alto Adige, Liguria, Valle d’Aosta, Abruzzo and Puglia. As for commercial premises, the number of advertisements for sale has grown everywhere, except in the Aosta Valley. Searches for rental properties of this type have increased in all regions, especially in Lazio, Lombardy, Tuscany, Sardinia, Emilia-Romagna, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, which also see a decline in average sales prices per square meter. the results at city level in April, for garage-parking spaces, Rome, Naples and Rapallo are the places where there was an important increase in searches for rental properties, a lowering of average selling prices per square meter, compared to an increase in sales announcements. For offices, Rome, Naples, Genoa, Pescara, Monza, Bari, Parma and Terni are the cities that have seen an increase in searches for rental properties, a lowering of average prices per square meter, against an increase in advertisements. of sale. For commercial premises, Modena, Varese, Salerno, Lecce, Cagliari, Bologna, Terni, Rho are the places that have seen the greatest increase in rental searches (in three figures), a lowering of average sales prices per square meter, compared to an increase in sales announcements.