6 beautiful towns are "begging" more people to settle

Many parts of the world are experiencing a population decline for a multitude of reasons. To improve the situation, many towns are forced to take measures to attract new residents.

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 Arranmore Island, Ireland

1. Arranmore Island, Ireland

Existing since prehistoric times, the island still maintains its pristine, wild beauty. However, Arranmore is facing a population crisis. Young residents no longer want to live here to continue their traditional work such as fishing and farming. They gradually moved to more modern cities. Photo: Matador Network.
 Arranmore Island, Ireland
Currently, Arranmore's population is only about 470 people. So in April, the island's representative even wrote a letter to Americans and Australians, calling them to move here. Photo: Guides Evasion.
Locana, Italy

2. Locana, Italy

Locana is a small commune in the city of Turin, northwestern Italy. The area is surrounded by mountains and fresh air, well suited for activities such as skiing, mountain climbing and cycling. Photo: Mental Floss.
Locana, Italy
The population of Locana has now decreased from 7,000 residents in the early 1900s to only 1,500. According to Locana mayor, the reason for this decline is that residents want to find a job at large Torino factories. Photo: People.
Locana, Italy
To prevent population decline, the mayor of this place offered to pay up to $ 10,200 over three years for people with children and can live in Locana full time. Photo: Homes and Property.
Sambuca, Italy

3. Sambuca, Italy

Another town in Italy has also provided an attractive deal for those willing to move there. In the hope of boosting the economy as well as population growth, local houses are sold for only $ 1. Photo: People.
Sambuca, Italy
However, the move to Sambuca is not as simple as it looks, the houses available also need to be renovated. Newly arrived residents of Sambuca will have to commit to spending at least $ 17,200 for the house they buy and must do so for three consecutive years living here. Photo: People.
Monti Scìaga Village, Switzerland

4. Monti Scìaga Village, Switzerland

If you dream of living on the Swiss-Italian border, this is an opportunity. The village of Monti Scìaga began offering 9 houses with just 1 USD in July, in an effort to bring life back to the abandoned area. Photo: Marie Claire.
Monti Scìaga Village, Switzerland
However, like other European villages selling cheap houses, there is a drawback. New residents are expected to renovate stone houses to stay. A local council must also approve the sales plan before any suggestions are made. Photo: The Independent.
Hamilton, Ohio, USA

5. Hamilton, Ohio, USA

You can earn up to $ 10,000 by moving to Hamilton, Ohio. This is how the Hamilton Community Foundation came up to attract residents to live and work in the city by providing monthly and quarterly scholarships. Photo: Hamilton-ohio.
Hamilton, Ohio, USA
According to the organization's website, the scholarship will be awarded to graduates in neighboring areas but want to move to Hamilton. If selected, the recipient is expected to work in Hamilton City and "wish to contribute to the community and participate in social activities" here. If you do so, you will receive 300 USD / month for 30 months. Photo: SAI Fountains.
Vermont, Canada

6. Vermont, Canada

Vermont is attracting workers to the region through a remote worker subsidy program, which rewards people who mainly work from home. To qualify, participants must be official employees and have moved to Vermont after January 1 of this year. Photos: Pinterest.
Vermont, Canada
Applicants to the program can earn US $ 5,000 per year for up to two years. However, once the sponsorship program ends, there will not be any additional grants. Photo: CNN.

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