This sunny southern Italian town will pay you €30,000 to move there. What’s the catch?

A town in the south of Italy is offering up to €30,000 to those willing to relocate there.

Presicce-Acquarica has been struggling with a declining population and abandoned housing.

To help lure new homeowners, the town has promised grants to people who buy a house and register as residents of the town.

Here’s what you need to know if you’re interested in purchasing property in this pretty town.

How to get paid to move to Italy

Presicce-Acquarica – a municipality comprising the two towns of Presicce and Acquarica del Capo – lies at the southern tip of Italy’s Puglia region.

The small town has been suffering a dwindling population as residents have relocated to cities

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