This picturesque village could be offering people money to live there.
The village of Albinen, which is nestled in the Swiss mountains, has stunning scenery, incredible views and non-polluted air but, for some reason, people have been leaving in the masses.
The population is now a tiny 240 people!
Mayor Beat Jost told Swiss national news agency ATS that young families have been moving away from the area – and the local school has been forced to close as there are just seven children in the village.
Residents will be voting on the policy of offering outsiders money to move to Albinen – each adult would get $25,000 as well as $10,000 for each child. This means a family of four could receive $70,000.
But there are a couple of catches, you must be under the age of 45, invest $200,000 in housing and you must stay in the village for at least 10 years, otherwise you have to repay the money.
Sounds worth it to us!