In southern Italy, they sell houses for 1 Euro

According to CNN, the authorities of the Italian commune of Castropignano put up for sale empty houses, the cost of each of which is equal to one Euro.

The only condition when buying a property is that the future owner must repair their property within three years from the date of purchase or pay a deposit of two thousand euros if they do not fulfill their obligations.

The potential buyer must also tell the authorities how they intend to use the residential buildings.

The population of the town of Castropignano is currently just over a thousand people, and in recent years the population of the city has been actively moving to larger localities.

The authorities of the southern regions of Italy, in particular, Sicily, use the practice of symbolic payment for local real estate to save localities from extinction.

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