In Italy, luxurious homes are being sold for just one euro i.e. only 87 rupees. Yes, the interesting thing is that these houses are being sold near Rome, the capital of Italy. In such a situation, this is a great opportunity for people who start a new life by going to a new place.
According to the report, the city of Mainza has now become the first city in Rome’s Latium region to start selling homes for one euro (about Rs 87).
The project’s long-term goal is to resettle Italian villages and attract tourism to the country’s remotest areas. But, until now if people wanted a home closer to the bustling capital of Rome, they had few options.
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In the future, dozens of empty huts will be put up for sale in this area. While applications for the sale of the first few homes will close on August 28, more homes will be made available to buyers soon.
Mayor Claudio Sperduti told CNN that we are taking it one step at a time. As native families get in touch and hand over their old homes to us, we market it through specific public notices on our website, to make it all very transparent.
The city’s administration wanted to counter the abandonment of the ancient medieval village of the city centre, which is located about 70 km south-east of Rome. Those looking to buy a home in Menza will also have to pay 5,000 Euros as a deposit guarantee to restore the property within three years, which will be returned after the renovation is complete.
However, home buyers do not have to live in the homes they have purchased, they will have to submit city-wide projects on how they plan to use their property.
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