If living in a fairy tale-like village in the Swiss Alps is like something out of a dream, then getting paid to do just that might be your fantasy life come true. But that’s exactly what the tiny town of Albinen, Switzerland is proposing. The town’s residents are getting set to vote on a proposal that would pay a family of four over $70,000 to commit to spending 10 years living there, as a way to bolster the dwindling population. New residents will be eligible for grants of approximately $25,000 per adult and $10,000 per child for two kids. There are, of course, a few stipulations: new residents must be under the age of 45 and commit to making the town their permanent residence for at least 10 years. If they leave before the allotted time frame, they’ll have to pay the money back. They’ll also have to choose to live in a home with a minimum price of $201,000. Currently, the village is home to about 240 people, but that number is beginning to shrink as longtime residents have chosen to move away.