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Do foreign investors continue to invest in real estate in Portugal?

Do foreign investors continue to invest in real estate in Portugal? 2020 promised to be one of the best years ever in the real estate sector. But is Portugal still a bet for international investors? In recent years, the housing market has experienced very favorable times, with house prices breaking records and the number of transactions increasing. Although the largest share of demand and purchase...

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...

Discover some of the strangest houses in the world.

South Korea has a toilet-shaped house. But there are still houses in the shape of shoes, gelatin and flying saucers. Belo Horizonte lying house The two houses have a total area of ​​152 m² and a garden of 300 m². The official opening of the "lying house" in Belo Horizonte, in Natal, includes Brazil in the list of countries with houses outside the architectural standards considered...

Guess which is the most expensive street in Portugal?

It is in the district of Lisbon, where you can find the ten most expensive streets in Portugal. On average, buying a house on the most expensive street in Portugal can cost well over two million euros. In a table of the most expensive streets in the country, the first place is delivered to Avenida Brasil, in Cascais, whose average price is 2 743 000 euros. It follows Avenida Marginal, in the parish...

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...

Real estate is not expected to depreciate in 2021, a year of uncertainty due to the pandemic.

Although the pandemic has gone on beyond expectations, as in many sectors of the national economy, doubts about the real estate market increase. However, the market remains optimistic if sales values ​​remain or even increase, resisting the crisis. The OECD, already incorporating the impact on the housing market in 2020 of the recent emergence of the pandemic, revised downward the intensity of the...

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...

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...

APEMIP asks that visits to properties with appointment be allowed

The failure to include real estate activities in the exceptions of the new confinement may be "a tragedy" for real estate, argues the Association of Professionals and Real Estate Mediation Companies of Portugal. The failure to include real estate activities in the exceptions of the new confinement may be "a tragedy" for real estate, argues the Association of Professionals and Real Estate Mediation...

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