This Cute Village In Italy Wants To Pay You To Move There

BRB packing our bags.

If you've always dreamt of living abroad but just don't quite know how to afford it, we have your answer. As reported by The Guardian, Bormida is a picturesque village in Italy that is considering a plan to offer €2000 to anyone willing to move there. 

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With a dwindling population of 394 people, the mayor thought of the cash bonus as an incentive for people debating a move. 

via @lucagiacc

The €2000 offer isn't the only monetary incentive to move to Bormida, however. Rent in the charming village reportedly costs around €50 for a small room to €120 for a larger space. 

via @interrailturkiy

Before you pack your bags, keep in mind that the plan is still being figured out. That said, the cheap rent will be available in 2 months, so you could always head over early. 

via @ankarpushkina

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