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O mercado imobiliário em Portugal ainda está muito vivo.

The real estate market in Portugal is still very much alive.

Over the past decade, the property market in Portugal has proved to be promising, with house purchase or lease prices rising steadily. However, the year 2021 brought new challenges and now we want to know what has changed. Pedro Fontainhas, CEO of APR (Associação Portuguesa de Resorts), was asked how the real estate market has dealt with the challenges of Covid 19 and Brexit, and which areas and...

The recovery in the 2nd semester will start through institutional investors

In the second half of this year, real estate investment will return to growth even before the resumption of occupation. In a context of high volumes of liquidity and latent and unmet demand, real estate investment activity will return to growth in the second half of this year. In a recent international study “The Signal”, by Cushman & Wakefield, it appears that a strong latent demand and an...

PRR: Real estate developers and investors concerned about the lack of measures for the sector

Worried. It is in this way that Hugo Santos Ferreira looks at the fact that the Portuguese Government's Recovery and Resilience Plan (PRR) does not include measures for private housing supply. The vice president of the Portuguese Association of Real Estate Developers and Investors (APPII) addressed the topic this Tuesday, February 23, during the presentation of the Lumino project that will be born in...

Real estate with breaks above 80% in transactions and demand in January

More than 80% of real estate companies recorded declines in transactions and in the demand for properties in January, in year-on-year terms, and more than 70% report a decrease in these indicators compared to the previous month, according to a survey by the sector association. In a statement released today, the Association of Real Estate Professionals and Companies of Portugal (APEMIP) considers that...

Get to know the real estate trends in 2021

If the year 2020 leaves us with any certainty, it is the fact that the real estate sector in Portugal has shown much greater resilience than the worst expectations indicated by numerous forecasts. Indeed, the most unique year in our recent history may see an unprecedented recovery in contrast, depending on some essential factors that will weigh in 2021. However, we can give way to some optimism when...

What will happen in real estate in 2021?

Expectations in relation to prices, the impact of the end of the moratoriums, the rental market, investment and the granting of mortgage loans are some of the issues that we will analyze in this article. 2020 was marked by the social and economic instability caused by Covid-19. Almost all sectors of activity have felt the effects of the pandemic and the housing market was no exception. In order to...

Rash measures putting real estate agents at risk.

The Government has suspended all service provision activities in establishments open to the public, with the exception of those providing basic services or other services considered essential in the present situation. Luís Lima, president of APEMIP, quoted in a statement, says that "There is no reason not to allow real estate companies to continue to do their job". "We can have the door closed and...

Extension of moratoriums to stop “atomic bomb”

Real estate companies defend extension of moratoriums to stop “atomic bomb” The Association of Real Estate Professionals and Companies of Portugal (APEMIP) warned that it is essential to prolong the moratorium on credit to companies and families scheduled for September, to stop the "atomic bomb" in the sector. In a statement issued this Friday, January 29, Luís Lima, president of APEMIP, warns...

House rents in Lisbon fell 16.8% in 2020

In the last quarter of the year, the capital fell 4.8%. In the city of Porto, for the first time since 2015, there was a year-on-year decline, which stood at 4.5%. House rents in Lisbon recorded a year-on-year decrease of 16.8% in 2020, according to data included in the Residential Rents Index (IRR), released by Confidencial Imobiliário this Friday, January 22. In the last quarter of the year, the...

Kasalux villas and apartments rent and sell ads for free.

Kasalux.com, kasalux.us, kasalux.es, kasalux.pt are portals providing searchable listings of property for sale by owner or estate agent/brokers. As the commercial real estate market continues to grow and the demand for commercial real estate grows stronger, we have prepared this new tool with the latest real estate marketing ideas to help you stay ahead of the curve in the digital age. We have been...

Online sustains Portuguese real estate in 2021

Traffic from the main real estate portals grew by 22.8% last year, despite the fact that the main real estate networks have seen traffic on their pages drop 4.1%, says the consultant Imovendo. The adoption of the online channel as the main real estate storefront is a trend that was consolidated in the pandemic year 2020, caused by the need to promote the sale of properties in a context of distance and...

House prices increase by 5.9% in a pandemic year. Find out if your district has been affected

Prices are around 2,147 euros per square meter. In the last three months of the year, quarterly growth was 2.7%. In 2020, a pandemic year, property prices in Portugal rose by almost 6%, currently standing at 2,147 euros per square meter (m2), according to a report by the website specializing in real estate Idealista. With regard to the quarterly variation, the sharpest increase recorded was 2.7% in the...

Operators in Portugal expect a return to normality in 12 months – points out PHMS survey

Residential market operators expect that once the Covid-19 outbreak is under control, sales will take about 12 months to return to pre-crisis levels. As for prices, expectations point to a recovery in a period of 14 months, reveals the Portuguese Housing Market Survey (PHMS) of March. This sentiment survey carried out monthly by RICS and Confidencial Imobiliário posed, in March, two additional questions...

Should you buy a second home for rent?

Should you buy a second home for rent? Buying a second home can be a viable investment, either for the potential income from the lease or for the subsequent sale for a higher price. However, you must take into account some considerations before making this decision. Find out everything in this article. In 2017, in Portugal, there was an investment of 31.4% in real estate activities, a trend that has...

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