If you've ever considered packing it all in and escaping to a remote village, this could be your chance.
The gorgeous mountain town of Albinen in Switzerland wants to pay people 25,000 Swiss francs or €21,461 to move there.
The council will soon vote on the new scheme, which aims to repopulate a community that has shrunk to just 240 people, The Local reports.
Under the initiative, each new adult would get the grant, with an extra 10,000 Swiss francs or €8,584 per child.
That's over €60,000 for a family of four - but there's a catch.
New residents have to be under the age of 45 and must build or buy a house to live in full time.
The house has to be worth at least 200,000 Swiss Francs (€171,692) and you have to stay there for at least ten years or you have to give back the money.
Not a decision to be taken lightly, then!