Mussomeli, Lokana and other Italian cities where housing will be sold to you at attractive prices
Not so long ago, the public shook the news that the authorities of the Italian town of Sambuca, located on the southern island of Sicily, in order to restore the commune decided to sell empty houses for € 1. The proposed option was used by hundreds of enterprising people from all over the world and as a result, the buildings dispersed like hot cakes. Seeing the excitement of this proposal, the authorities of the Italian town of Mussomeli, also located in southern Sicily, also decided to put the houses up for sale at the price of a cup of coffee. However, before you reach for the smartphone to book a ticket for the next flight to Italy, explore other options where you can very profitably buy property.
The mayor of the Italian town decided to follow the example of successful realization of houses in Sambuka in the south of Sicily, and announced that it was ready to provide 100 buildings (and in the near future, about 400 more objects) to everyone for € 1, the British newspaper The Sun reported. At the same time, he stressed that he would like to give priority to Russian buyers, because, like no one else, they will be able to appreciate the beauty of the city and invest their soul in the arrangement of their homes. By the way, for all those who are already considering all sorts of relocation options, it is worth knowing that in addition to the symbolic amount, they will also have to fulfill a number of conditions. For example, the buyer will have to make an insurance deposit in the amount of more than € 7,000, pay a fee of € 3.6 – € 5.8 thousand and restore the purchased property during the year. Experts even calculated the estimated repair costs – € 313 per sq. M. m. But imagine 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 for nothing called the Sicilian Tuscany – the beauty of nature is just fascinating, and those who decide to buy property in this municipality will not be left disappointed. The cost of houses here varies from € 4-10 thousand and require minimal investment in interior renovation. In addition, for the acquisition of these properties are ready to provide a residence permit to those buyers who really need it, indicated on the portal of foreign real estate Prian.ru. Everything would be fine, but many future owners are frightened by the fact that a large refugee camp is located nearby, where about 1,200 people live. True, the Sicilian authorities have promised to resolve this issue as soon as possible.
The Italian commune, located in the Campania region, in the province of Avellino (near Naples and the Amalfi Coast) is also very promising in terms of real estate investing. 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, and Indians expressed their readiness to buy houses in a small picturesque Italian village and 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 the insurance fee (returned) € 2,000, calculate the cost of the necessary work and then rely on compensation – tax deductions of up to 85% for repairs.
The mayor of the alpine village of Lokana, in Piedmont, Giovanni Bruno Mattie is not only ready 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, there is a small condition: you must have a child and a minimum annual salary of € 6,000, reports the American edition of LocalNews8. Or if you are not burdened with a family, but you can’t live without winter sports and you dream of settling on snow-capped peaks and flower-covered pastures, you can open your business here and also rely on very interesting conditions.
The mayor of this village, located just to the north, on the Swiss border, Alberto Preoni also very creatively approached the issue of attracting people in Borghomezzavalle. Besides the fact that he can offer everyone at home for € 1, he is also ready to pay € 1 thousand for each child born in the village, as well as € 2 thousand to entrepreneurs wishing to open a business here or start production. Of the benefits of acquiring a home in a village where about 320 people currently live, the facility’s close proximity to many famous ski resorts located in the Antrona Valley, 40 km to the prestigious Lake Maggiore and Orta Lake, and 130 km to major metropolis of Milan.