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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