At a time when property prices are skyrocketing and the dream of your home is not being fulfilled, you know that there is a place where you can become the owner of a luxurious house for just between Rs 73 and Rs 85. Huh. You won’t be sure But this is happening in Italy, thousands of kilometers away from India. People in this beautiful country are fulfilling their dream of being home by paying just one euro. This deal has won the hearts of people in Italy’s villages these days for home.
Beautiful house in Sicily, Italy
Exactly one year ago, the Coronavirus epidemic caused devastation in Italy. A year later, there is a fair for the home buyers in the villages here. People are becoming owners of their favourite house by paying more than just one euro or a dollar.
Many houses are lying vacant in the small towns of Sicily, situated in the south of the Northern Alps. The owners of these houses are selling the house at the desired amount for the purpose of attracting new people. One of the goals of selling homes is to make life in the dead community.
The beautiful location of the world
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The whole of Italy, including Sicily, is counted among the world’s romantic and beautiful locations. The demand for the scheme launched here is increasing day by day.
Phone calls are coming to the administration all day and people want to settle here away from the hustle and bustle of the metro city. The Sicily Administration website has crashed.
People have made plans
27-year-old Morgan Guehot and her 31-year-old husband bought a house in Musomeli for just one euro. The price of one euro in Indian rupees is around 86 rupees. The renovation work of Morgan’s new house is almost complete.
Morgan hails from France and is the first buyer to buy a house at such a low price. This house of one euro is now the second family home of both.
As soon as they came to know about this 50 square meter house, they thought it better to buy it without losing time. Morgan is now describing the two-bedroom hall kitchen house as her dream home. She said that she would like to come here with her children for Christmas and the summer holidays.
Pakistan’s businessman also involved
In January, information was revealed that local authorities in Italy are preparing to sell abandoned buildings. After this, buyers’ requests started coming in from all over the world. Mohammad Ramadan, a Pakistani businessman living in the United Kingdom (UK), has also bought a house in Musomeli.