A tourist told how she bought a house in Italy “for one Euro”

Jul 28, 2020 85

BY: Howard Harris

American Meredith Tabbone bought a house “for one Euro” in a sparsely populated city in Sicily and told about how much housing cost. She responded to an ad for houses in Italy since her great-grandfather lived in the commune of Sambuca di Sicilia. Many Italian cities do not have enough residents, so the authorities regularly offer tourists to buy housing for one Euro and move to the country.

The commune government also put 16 abandoned houses up for auction with an initial price of one Euro. Tabbone says most of them were eventually sold for five thousand dollars. She paid $ 5,655 for hers. The most expensive house at auction cost the owner 25 thousand dollars.

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SOURCE: https://freenews.live/

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