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Buy Your Dream Home For ‘One Euro’ In The Italian Province Of Avellino

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Buy Your Dream Home For ‘One Euro’ In The Italian Province Of Avellino

Interested buyers expected to renovate their properties!

Abandoned Italian homes have hit the market for just one Euro. Encouraging families to move into the village community, the 90 neglected homes situated In Bisaccia in the province of Avellino are two hours away from the capital Naples.

Offering interested residents a quaint Italian town while also providing space away from the bustle of the city, the homes, which come in shades of yellow, green, blue and pink are scheduled for quick transactions.

Abandoned Italian homes have hit the market for just one Euro

Presently owned by the local authorities, the properties don’t, however, require personal dealings with the original owners.

Interested buyers are expected to renovate their property, but no stipulated time frame within which the work will be carried out as well as the amount needed for renovation is not yet stated.

The homes, which come in shades of yellow, green, blue and pink are scheduled for quick transactions

Earlier, the sleepy town has been hit with the occurrence of earthquakes, with the last hitting the town in 1980. It’s currently believed the earthquakes have played a huge part in the town’s population decline.

‘We face a very particular situation here. The neglected areas spread throughout the most ancient part of the village. Accordingly, abandoned homes are clustered together, one next to the other on the same road. Some even presently share a common entrance. We are welcoming families, relatives, groups of friend and investors to key into the good news.’

Presently owned by the local authorities, the properties don’t, however, require personal dealings with the original ownerS

‘We are also encouraging them to buy more than just a house in order to impact and breathe a new life.’ Francesco Tartaglia, the town’s deputy mayor told CNN Travel in an interview.

Initially occupied by the Oscan-speaking Samnites, the ancient warlike tribe who fought against Imperial Rome, the town also offers residents sights including the Castello Ducale di Bisaccia, The Museo Archeologico di Bisaccia, and the Duomo di Bisaccia.

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