What 1 euro can buy you in Sicilian real estate

Buying Real Estate
In Sicily and across Italy, towns are on the brink of extinction. Locals have been leaving these picturesque communities, with their antique buildings and narrow roads, in search of economic opportunity, and few babies are being born there. Some towns are trying to lure new residents with the prospect of cheap real estate. Special correspondent Christopher Livesay reports on what one euro can buy.

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