In recent years, towns all around Italy have competed to introduce clever initiatives aimed at luring new people to revive their fortunes.
There has been a frenzy of competition, with residences ranging from run-down structures going for less than a dollar to ready-to-move-in properties being sold for rock-bottom prices.
The most recent player to enter the game with a tempting offer is the charming town of Presicce in the sunny region of Puglia. According to officials, anyone might receive up to 30,000 euros (approximately $30,000) to purchase an empty home and move in.
Even better, the homes included in the agreement are available for sale for as little as 25,000 euros. They were long abandoned by their original owners, just like other inexpensive houses for sale all around Italy.