The Italian city will pay more than R$ 165,000 to those who move there

The Italian city will pay more than R$ 165,000 to those who move there

Vila de Presicce is looking for new residents; City Hall is willing to financially reward people so they can buy and renovate their homes

Pixabay/Gunter Cities in Italy are offering people money to move there

village of Prisise, in Italy, is willing to pay up to 30,000 euros (about R$167,000 at current exchange rates) for anyone who wants to move there. Keen to attract new residents, City Hall made itself available to pay people to move to the area, buy a property, and settle down. Although a beautiful place, known as the “city of green gold”, the village of Présice is held hostage to a problem that affects some areas. Europe: Low birth rate and abandonment of the area. To participate in this program, certain requirements must be met, such as the need to be a resident of Presic and purchase a home built before 1991. Out of the amount raised, the new resident should divide one part for purchase and another for renovation. In the coming weeks, the gram sabha is expected to publish more information on its website along with the applications. It is one of the Italian cities that offers money in the form of rewards to people who move there. In August, the government of the island of Sardinia approved a program that will hand out €15,000 (about R$75,700 at current exchange rates) to anyone who moves to the region. Przyszczyk is a medieval village of nine thousand inhabitants. In 2019, it merged with the neighboring city of Aquariaca, enabling more public funds for the region.

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