You could even be deputy mayor
Lease up? Roommate bail on you? Yearn for a little more green space? Well, now you can rent a village in the Hungarian countryside, the Associated Press and Agence France-Presse report.
The fine print, according to the AP, claims renters will have access to the village of Megyer, including “seven guesthouses that sleep 39 people, four streets, a bus stop, a barn, a chicken yard, six horses, two cows, three sheep and four hectares (10 acres) of farmland — along with the possibility of temporarily being named deputy mayor.”
Mayor Kristof Pajer posted an advertisement online to raise awareness of the struggling economy in Megyer, which, with a population of 18, has practically been deserted as its young people move to Budapest or out of the country the minute they are old enough, he told AFP.
No word on whether you will see Megyer on Airbnb at some point in the near future.