Ireland Will Pay You More Than $90k to Move to One of Its Remote Islands

Adventurous spirits can now embark on a unique opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of mainstream society. Ireland’s enticing offer of nearly $92,000 to relocate to remote islands comes with a set of conditions that blend the charm of isolation with the challenges of island life. Nestled in serene seclusion, these islands are isolated from the mainland daily, as the tide creates a natural barrier. The absence of bridges or causeways adds an extra layer of seclusion, offering a truly immersive experience in the tranquility of island living. While this opportunity beckons with the promise of picturesque landscapes and a slower pace of life, potential residents must carefully consider the unique conditions that come with the relocation package. Opting for the revitalization of derelict properties carries the highest grant of $92,000 while choosing a comparable mainland property offers a $76,000 grant. The grants aim to support the restoration of old properties at risk of decay, with the funds designated specifically for this purpose.

Despite the allure of a generous incentive, the daily isolation imposed by tidal restrictions may deter those seeking seamless connectivity to the mainland. The ebb and flow of tides can disrupt travel plans, creating a sense of both isolation and dependence on the whims of nature. Additionally, the absence of bridges or causeways may present logistical challenges, impacting the ease of accessing essential services and supplies. Nevertheless, the islands draw around 300,000 visitors annually, indicating a shared appreciation for the untouched beauty and cultural richness of these remote places. As individuals contemplate the possibility of calling these islands home, they must weigh the allure of a substantial financial incentive against the unique challenges and lifestyle adjustments that come with living on an isolated piece of paradise.

68 Responses to “Ireland Will Pay You More Than $90k to Move to One of Its Remote Islands”

  1. Dayna Quirijnen says:

    May I know more about the islands , where to find images of derelict properties etc , thank you

  2. Joe B says:

    You seriously do not even include the name of which islands? Fantastic journalism here 🤦‍♀️

  3. Arthur Kelly Jr says:

    I would love a chance to prove myself

  4. Lunda boggess says:

    Would like to know more about the property and are there any age requirements thank you

  5. Candice says:

    I would love information on where to view derelict property!

  6. Karen Langille says:

    More info please

  7. Gabrielle says:

    Where can I find more information?

  8. Rodney D Carter says:

    I am very interested in doing this.

  9. Tom says:

    Interested

  10. Eddie Martin says:

    I’m interested on this topic like to find out more information. Thanks

  11. John Sanders says:

    Like more information

  12. Felicia says:

    Hi, I would like to find out more info about this location. Can you direct me to someone who can provide details.

  13. James says:

    Tell me more.

  14. Bradshaw says:

    More info

  15. Angie says:

    This would be a challenge and a dream. I would love to more and what it would take to make a reality

  16. Cori Sullivan-Castro says:

    My family is from Innishmaan…I would do this in a heartbeat!

  17. Stephanie Mandeville says:

    Yes please! How do we find out more?

  18. Chester Wroblewski says:

    How many I apply for this, I’m really interested in relocating so I may enjoy helping out with this paradise island, thank you for your time and effort in reading this Gmail

  19. Elizabeth Jones says:

    Good Day
    I would very much like to know more details as this is of interest to myself and my husband.

    Many Thanks

  20. Deidra knierim says:

    Very interested
    Please send avail properties.
    Thank you

  21. Brenda Williams says:

    I would like to know more about the island and how supplies would be obtained and how often..pictures please

  22. Jim Summers says:

    I’m a loner I was a truck driver for 30 years I live in a travel trailer and was thinking of moving to Alaska to live off the grid but Ireland is good enough for me I have Irish and Scottish blood in my veins my ancestors are fitzhugh and beaty

  23. Patrick Matten says:

    I’m ready to go email me how I do that and what I need is there a house or cave just tell me

  24. Patrick Matten says:

    I’m ready just let me know when

  25. Beckie Davis says:

    I would like to see pictures of the properties. I would also like more information about this grant program.

  26. Billy Wines says:

    Please send me all the info and details that you can, and what would prohibit someone from this offer.

  27. Lori says:

    My husband and I would love more information about island living, it sounds wonderful, please tell me where we can find out more about this like pictures, available properties, etc.

  28. David Fisher says:

    Is the $92 thousand taxable by Ireland or the USA? If you use the entire $92 thousand for renovations, is the $92 thousand still taxed? How do average people learn more about these island locations and the travel and supply challenges?

  29. Denise Burkholder says:

    I’m interested but I need more information. Have families taken this opportunity?

  30. Kody stewart says:

    Need more info

  31. Heather Bartell says:

    I would like more information on this please. What are the requirements?

  32. Sheryl Minick says:

    I’m extremely Interested in be oming a resident of the island and helping restore it’s history and beauty

  33. Rogene Holmes says:

    I would love to live in Ireland

  34. Shawn McFarland says:

    I would like to see more

  35. Ricky hatchell says:

    How does it work

  36. Lee Benson says:

    I would like to know much more about this project. I am very interested in restoring an old dwelling in such a secluded part of the world and would welcome the solitude of being able to write and make music while undertaking such a project. To whom do I need to talk to to further pursue this idea and make it a reality?

  37. I would like to know the anwser to Dayna’s question.

  38. Amber says:

    I will move there how do I do this? I will go asap

  39. Anne Woodcock says:

    How to begin ? Also, more information as to these properties and Island people

  40. Danny Flynn says:

    How does one apply for such an opportunity, should one choose to?

  41. Ron Riggleman says:

    Beautiful place 70years old retired truck driver love working with My hands

  42. Jill parisella campbell says:

    Interested in learning more

  43. Teresa edinger says:

    I would like more information on the offer..

  44. Journi Johnson says:

    I’m interested in more information

  45. Magdalys says:

    I would like more info on this island location very interested

  46. Armelice says:

    How can I apply for this grant

  47. Jason says:

    Really interested for me and my family….need more info.

  48. Joe Marker says:

    joemarker54@gmail.com Inquiring about more details.
    Geographic coordinates.

  49. Tara Plantagenet says:

    I would move in a heartbeat. Let’s do it!!!

  50. Michael Rachau says:

    I’m in when can I move?

  51. Dawn says:

    I’m interested. Could I please get more Information.
    Thank you

  52. Leslie Morris says:

    I definitely would move there, I’m part Irish, always wanted to see where my family came from & to live off the land! That definitely would be a peace of mind!

  53. Michael says:

    Please I will be happy to go !

  54. Oksana Barukh says:

    I would like more information. Interesting.

  55. Tamarra says:

    Info please

  56. Amanda Cornelia says:

    Is there an application process of some sort? How can I receive more information please?

  57. Catherine Cobb says:

    I love it! How do I get more info?

  58. Winona freniere says:

    I’m definitely interested.. this would be a life experience worth having . Plus a nice escape from today’s hectic society. If you could get back to me with more info would be greatly appreciatedfor sure. And I so do look forward to hearing from you..my email is missladywinona215@gmail.com

  59. Kriste DeLay says:

    My great grandmother was born in Irland, but i would like more info please

  60. Cindy Smith says:

    Cin0758@aol.com please send more information. I’d love the chance to go there what are the seasons like yearly? Thanks a bunch!!

  61. Tim Ellis says:

    I would like some more information about this opportunity

  62. Karen Brent says:

    I am retired. I would love the opportunity to move to this island.
    The peace of nature would be welcoming. hardworking

  63. Isabel Alicea says:

    I would like to know about this Island, and yes I would love to go there.

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