This Italian village may pay you $2000 to move there

October 28, 2017 0 Comments

This Italian village may only have 394 residents, but they are willing to welcome more with open arms and open wallets.

Nestled 50 miles from Genoa, Bormida is a tiny village with a dwindling population. To keep Bormida from becoming a ghost town while residents move to bigger cities, the town's mayor has proposed to pay new residents $2,000 to move into their storybook village.

Even sweeter than a moving bonus is cheap real estate. Homes in Bormida are renting below market value just to attract more people. For as little as $50 per month, you could rent a small home or pay only $130 for a larger dwelling.