The town of Sant’Elia a Pianisi, in the Molise countryside – a region of Italy known for jokes that claim it doesn’t actually exist, the BBC revealed in 2019 – is the newest locality to put old houses up for sale for one euro or €1.
Eight units have been made available, all in need of renovation.
Despite the bargain for the purchase, the interested party will have to pay a policy whose beneficiary is the city government in the amount of €5,000 that will act as a security deposit.
If the buyer does not comply with all the . . .