Tired of California? Buy a Spanish Villa for Two Bucks. Seriously.
An Italian village is selling homes for $1.25 so it doesn't become a ghost town.
You read it right, $1.25. That is one dollar and twenty five cents. For just under $2 you can buy a house in the Italian town of Ollolai. They have 200 homes to sell and hope to lure some fresh blood into town as the population has been declining.
New owners will be on the hook for renovation but you have three years to complete renovations.
Located on the island of Sardinia in the Mediterranean, the old village of Ollolai has seen a population drop from 2,250 to 1,300 over the past 50 years.
If you have been looking for small town living abroad, pack your bags, this is what you have been waiting for.
We can help sell your house to more than cover the renovation costs.
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Michael Robleto is a REALTOR® with Pasadena based Podley Properties. His analytical and open approach to sales has served his clients well in his twenty years of sales. Michael brings a modern data and technology-driven approach to real estate while focusing on the historic architecture of Bungalow Heaven. Tapping his experience in media and journalism, he publishes in-depth blog articles that will be of interest to homeowners and home-buyers. He can be found on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Instagram under the common profile name of his blog BungalowAgent or at www.BunaglowAgent.com/blog. For Sellers or Buyers Agent representation he can be contacted directly.