Get 30,000 euros to move to this city in Italy


In recent years, many towns all around Italy have been competing to introduce new initiatives and ideas aimed at enticing people to come and live there.
In a bid to resuscitate 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, as per CNN.
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 CNN, the officials have informed that the authorities have come up with quite a great deal as per which anyone wanting to move there will receive up to 30,000 euros which is equivalent to more than INR 25 lakhs (current day conversion rate). CNN has reported that the money is being given to purchase an empty home and take up residency.
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.
Additionally, the location is fantastic, being close to Santa Maria di Leuca’s powder beaches and crystal-clear waters while being surrounded by the Salento region’s natural beauty in the heel of Italy.
According to CNN, Providence officials are hoping that the promise of a financial incentive will revitalise their depopulating town, where there are fewer newborns each year.
“There are many empty homes in the historical centre that were built before 1991 that we would like to see brought back to life with new residents,” said local councillor Alfredo Palese to CNN. The town hall had previously introduced several programmes to entice inhabitants,