Americans like real estate. And you can even have free real estate – if you are willing to move to certain places: The full list of these communities: Marne, Iowa, New Richland, Minnesota, a number of rural communities in Kansas, Beatrice, Nebraska, Muskegon, Michigan, Curtis, Nebraska, and Camden, Maine.
These sound like some interesting opportunities in communities that need new residents or businesses. The possible success of these plans seem dependent on having people or companies that are quite mobile, people who have the resources or who don’t care about being in places like rural Nebraska.
The ultimate question: do these sorts of incentives actually attract residents or businesses?