Want A New Start In Beautiful Italy? This Mayor Will PAY You To Move There…

Want A New Start In Beautiful Italy? This Mayor Will PAY You To Move There…

WOW! This seems a little too good to be true, for people who are looking for a romantic, simple life with fresh air and scenery to die for. Except you wouldn’t have to die to go to heaven…you’d already be living in it. At least that’s how it seems.

The mayor of this Italian village is doing something unheard of! Unheard of, but very welcome to the ear of those seeking adventure of a different sort in the a mountain town full of the simple life.

Those who are willing to relocate to the town of Bormida in Italy, right there in the mountain region of Liguria in north-west Italy, will be joining a close knit town of 394 people and a promise!

That promise of the aforementioned simple life…simple in every way. Even financially!

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The nearest neighboring city is Genoa and it is more than 50 miles away. The village so willing to take in foreigners has become a bit of a ghost town and due to this, tenants will be paying very little to live their. Very little in rent of course, as part of the deal to make the town more desirable to go through the hassle of relocating.

Here, it’s time you see a little of what it’s all about…

Now there are people who are telling this mayor they would move there WITHOUT any sort of incentive, because it is simply that beautiful and to them a dream come true.

Mr. Rana, who is a Danish national, said that he would happily emigrate to Italy stating: “Mr. Mayor, you can count me in…It’s not your offer, but the countryside is beautiful.”

He is not the only one interested either…

It appears that there are others responding, from people from India, the United States, Britain, Hungary and even Indonesia. They are all showing an interest in relocating to the Italian mountains.

There is somewhat of a threat when it comes to finding employment, it is a small town after all and there are only four restaurants and a church…and, well..not much else. However, this is not seeming to put anyone off the idea of moving there.

The biggest concern for many showing interest was whether or not there is high-speed Internet connection there in the village, as many of those looking to make it their new home are stating they can work remotely if so.

Deborah Liao wrote: ‘As long as there is good wi-fi, I do not need to worry about local employment and can work remotely.

‘I have no need for €2,000.

A manager at one of the village’s restaurants warned potential residents they would have to find some activities to help entertain themselves.

‘There is nothing much to do here,’ the manager told The Guardian.

‘But life is so simple and natural, we have forests, goats, the church, and plenty of good food. Life would definitely be free of stress.’

A councillor, who asked to remain anonymous, told the paper: ‘We’re still working out the plan, but anyone is welcome to come and live here.

‘We’re a small community but very welcoming. We’re high up in a mountain area but also not far from the sea – it’s a healthy lifestyle, the air is very clean.’

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