Town In Italy Offers To Help Finance Families Who Move There
Now's the time to move the whole family to Teora, Italy. A new repopulation strategy encourages families to move for Teora for a minimum of three years. If conditions are met, the town itself will help finance rent or the purchase of a new home.
The lovely town of Teora is actually giving new residents €150 a month to put toward rent costs in an effort to attract more people to the area with what they're calling a repopulation strategy. Teora is located in the idyllic Campania region of southern Italy.
If you want to settle down in Teora on a permanent basis, you can take advantage of the €5,000 that city officials are offering to go towards the purchase of a new home. The mayor of Teora, Stefano Farina told CNN:
"I don't believe in selling empty houses for €1, that doesn't incentivize people to stay in town; they just come a few months a year as holidaymakers. That's not the solution. But taking up residency and enrolling kids at the local school, that does breathe new life."
The beautiful town is nestled into the classic countryside region of Italy, allowing you to escape the lights and the noise of city life. Its central location in the Avellino province puts you at the doorstep of a variety of historic landmarks, entertainment options, and mouth-watering dining opportunities. Within two hours, you will find the bustling city of Naples or the gorgeous Amalfi Coast.
In order to qualify for the financial incentives, you will have to commit to living in Teora for at least three years. You also need to have at least one child since the town is looking to attract families that want to put down their roots in Teora.
Once you check out these stunning pictures of Teora, you may just want to book your flight. Would you be willing to move? Be sure to spread the allure of Teora to all of your friends and family so they also learn about the offer!