Mussomeli, Lokana and other Italian cities
Not so long ago, the public stirred the news that the authorities of the Italian town of Sambuca, located on the southern island of Sicily, decided to sell empty houses for € 1 in order to restore the commune. The proposed option was used by hundreds of enterprising people from around the world and as a result, the buildings dispersed like hot cakes. Seeing the excitement this proposal made, the authorities of the Italian town of Mussomeli, also located in southern Sicily, also decided to put up houses for sale at the price of a cup of coffee. However, before you reach for your smartphone to book a ticket for the next flight to Italy, explore other options where you can buy real estate very profitably.
Mer of the Italian town decided to follow the example of the successful sale of houses in Sambuca in southern Sicily, and announced that he was ready to provide 100 buildings (and in the near future, another 400 objects) to all comers for € 1, the British newspaper The Sun. At the same time, he emphasized that he would like to give priority to Russian customers, because they, like no one else, will be able to appreciate the beauty of the city and put their soul into the arrangement of their home. By the way, it will not be out of place for all those who are already considering all kinds of moving options to find out that in addition to the symbolic amount, they will still need to fulfill a number of conditions. So, for example, the buyer will have to make an insurance deposit in the amount of more than € 7 thousand, pay a fee of € 3.6 – € 5.8 thousand and restore the purchased property within a year. Experts even calculated the approximate cost of repairs – € 313 per square. m. But imagine with what pride you can then tell your friends about your, albeit small, contribution to the cultural and historical heritage of Sicily.
This region is not in vain called the Sicilian Tuscany – the beauty of nature is simply mesmerizing and those who decide to buy real estate in this municipality will definitely not be disappointed. The cost of houses here varies from € 4-10 thousand and require minimal investment in updating the interior. In addition, for the acquisition of these real estate objects are ready to provide a residence permit to those buyers who really need it, indicated on the portal on foreign real estate Prian.ru. Everything would be fine, but many future owners are scared by the fact that there is a large refugee camp nearby, where about 1,200 people live. True, the Sicilian authorities promised to resolve this issue in the very near future.
The Italian commune, located in the Campania region, in the province of Avellino (not far from Naples and the Amalfi coast) is also very promising in terms of investing in real estate. Mayor Paolo Caruso himself took the initiative to collect information on the interest of foreign buyers before offering objects for sale at the price of a cup of coffee. According to him, residents of European countries, as well as Russians, Americans, Indians, expressed their readiness to purchase houses in a small picturesque Italian village and to start their restoration in the very near future. Therefore, if you have a desire to join, then you can fill out a special application form, pay an insurance premium (refundable) of € 2 thousand, calculate the cost of the necessary work and then count on compensation – tax deductions of up to 85% for repairs.
The mayor of the alpine village of Lokana, in Piedmont, Giovanni Bruno Matthew is ready not only to recommend real estate at an attractive price, but also to pay € 9,000 to young families who want to move to this picturesque place, where about 1,500 people currently live. True, a small condition applies: you must have a child and a minimum annual salary of € 6,000, according to the American publication LocalNews8. Or if you are not burdened by family, but you cannot live without winter sports and want to live on snow-capped peaks and flower-strewn pastures, you can open your own business here and also count on very interesting conditions.
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The mayor of this village, located a little north, on the Swiss border, Alberto Preioni also very creatively approached the issue of attracting the population in Borgomezzavalla. Besides the fact that he can offer everyone a home for € 1, he is also ready to pay € 1 thousand for every child born in the village, as well as € 2 thousand to entrepreneurs who want to open their own business or set up production. The advantages of acquiring a house in a village where about 320 people currently live will be the immediate proximity of the property to many famous ski resorts located in the Antron Valley, a distance of 40 km to the prestigious Lake Maggiore and Lake Orta, as well as 130 km to a major metropolis of Milan.
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