This week Italy has been emerging timidly from lockdown. The country has opened its borders to tourists and eased restrictions allowing travel.
And in Cinquefrondi, a municipality in the south that has been deemed COVID-19-free, the mayor is trying to get things off on the right foot by putting several of the region’s abandoned properties on the market for merely €1.
In addition to the initial €1 payment, investors will also need to pay a deposit of €250. This is to guarantee that renovations on the properties, all of which are in varying states of disrepair, will be carried out over the next three years.