These countries or cities will pay you to live there.

The chance to live and work in another country may sound like a great idea. These countries will pay you to live there. How is that possible? you may ask. Well, That’s true. There countries/cities will actually pay you to live there.

1. Detroit, Michigan

If you relocate to downtown Detroit, you could receive a $20,000 forgivable loan to be used for the purchase of a home.

Official information here

2. New Haven, Connecticut

This city will provide home-builders a $10,000 forgivable loan to cover costs of construction, if you agree to live in this city for five years.

Official information here

3. Marquette, Kansas

For those who come to this city could get a free land to build a house.

Official information here

4. Niagara Falls, New York

Niagara is a great destination for tourists. if you agree to live in this city for two years, The city will pay out almost $7,000.

5. New Richland, Minnesota

This city offers you a free land for a house. If you build a home within a year of receiving the land’s deed the land is yours. Remember you have to build a home within a year.

Official information here

6. Harmony, Minnesota

You could receive a cash rebate of up to $12,000 to be used for the purchase of a home if you agree to live in this city for five years.

Official information here

7. Curtis, Nebraska

Curtis is a city in Frontier County, Nebraska, United States. The town of Curtis will provide home builders a free land.

8. Anywhere in Saskatchewan, Canada

In an effort to attract and retain more college graduates, Saskatchewan is offering tuition reimbursements of up to $20,000 CAD (about $15,956 USD) to recent grads from 2010 or later.

9. Anywhere in Alaska

Did you know that Alaska will pay you $1200 yeary to move your startup there? Since 1976, Alaska has paid its residents to live there via its Permanent Fund Reserve.

10. Lincoln, Kansas

There’s a free land available for people that come to the city for a house where they want. Remember It’s totally free.

Niagara Falls New York

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