Investing in Portugal

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Less businesses created in Tourism and Real Estate in Portugal

The tourism and real estate sectors lost weight in the creation of new companies in Portugal by October, giving way to activities such as transport and construction, according to a barometer by consultant Informa D&B. “The corporate fabric is on its way to a new annual business creation record, but the most dynamic sectors are changing,” the company said. “While in recent years the real...

166 more tourist projects coming to Portugal

Tourism continues to move millions and in just six months more than one hundred and a half new projects have been licensed. The North and Alentejo, in particular the municipalities of Grândola and Santiago do Cacém, are among the most crowded regions. In the first six months of 2019, a total of 166 tourist developments in mainland Portugal entered the licensing process, according to data obtained by...

Foreigners buy 54 houses a day in Portugal

The country's popularity with the foreign community is still on the rise and real estate sales registered "significant" growth in 2018, says INE. French, English, Brazilian, Chinese and German are the biggest buyers Foreigners are buying 54 homes a day in Portugal, representing 8.2% of all properties traded during the past year. There are 19,912 houses sold throughout the country but with greater...

World real estate investment in 2019 at the level of the previous two years

In 2019, notwithstanding the uncertainties surrounding the world economic scenario, global real estate investment is expected to reach € 1.54 billion - consultant Savills states in her latest Impacts 2019 study. According to the report, the expected value for this year is at the same level as in 2017, and slightly below that reached in 2018, the historical volume traded: US $ 1.8 billion (US $ 1.63...

Investing in Portugal

Location Portugal has a privileged location to access relevant markets. Continental Portugal is geographically situated on the west coast of Europe, in the Iberian Peninsula. It borders North and East with Spain, the West and the South with the Atlantic Ocean, being situated in a geostrategic position between Europe, America and Africa. Besides the Continent, the Portuguese territory also includes...

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