You can buy a house with one-euro in this Italian town
There are around a dozen old houses currently on the market for one euro, which once belonged to farmers and shepherds. Conia says up to fifty could be made available if demand is high enough. "If we receive a huge demand, I can expropriate all other buildings which have been empty for decades and the old owners are nowhere to be found." And he claims that the town has already been inundated with enquiries from far and wide. "We believed in it from the beginning, and soon our abandoned houses will be inhabited by many tourists," Conia wrote on the town's Facebook page on Thursday. "Just today, hundreds of requests have arrived from those who see Cinquefrondi as a strategic place to live."