Cheap-angry? The pitfalls that await buyers of Italian houses for 1 euroPictolic
We recently wrote that in many cities of Italy, the authorities offer housing almost for nothing. The cost of houses is only 1 euro (about 90 rubles). There are quite a lot of people who want to buy free real estate, but do they know what really awaits them. We will tell the whole truth about the harsh reality that lies behind the tempting offer.
In 25 regions of Italy, there are settlements where real estate is sold for just 1 euro (about 90 rubles) to attract residents to deserted villages. In this way, local authorities hope to "rejuvenate" the aging population and breathe new life into their communities.
In addition, the buyer must bear the notary costs and pay a guarantee amount of 5,000 euros (about 452,000 rubles), which they promise to return after three years. All duties must be performed within 2 months after obtaining a permit to purchase a home.
In order to start repairing the house, you need to get a construction permit. Some buildings are in a dilapidated state, without electricity and water. Nevertheless, the Italian government promises to pay up to 110% of the cost of restoration.
Problems may also arise with documents. In order to get the opportunity to live in a particular city, you need to get a residence permit. In addition, it is advisable to learn Italian.
Meanwhile, a family from Italy decided to draw a beautiful house with a swimming pool in a lottery. A wonderful villa in the Tuscan hills, worth 400,000 pounds (about 40 million rubles), will go to the owner of the winning ticket for just 25 pounds (about 2,500 rubles).