Financial advice in Portugal
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Which city is best for work in Portugal? And where are the highest salaries in Portugal? If you're thinking of moving to Portugal, then these are important questions that you might be asking yourself when choosing where to live and when searching for a job abroad.
1st July 2021 should have marked the end of the rental support scheme managed by the Institute of Housing and Urban Rehabilitation in Portugal (IHRU), the scheme providing aid to those people renting property in Portugal who have run into difficulties due to the coronavirus crisis.
In 2020, a year marked by the sudden appearance of the Covid-19 pandemic, more than 3 million jobs were lost in the European Union (EU). Wages, on the other hand, increased in most member states. Portugal was, in fact, the 5th country in the Euro Zone where salaries rose most (2.9%).
Capital gains on the sale of property is one of the issues that raises most doubts for those who want to go ahead with the process of selling a house in Portugal.
It's time to find out where to find the cheapest electricity in Portugal.
When thinking about buying a property or moving house in Portugal, one of the options on the table may be purchasing a plot of land in order to build your own house.
With the increase in teleworking as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the number of people interested in moving to Portugal in search of a better climate and lifestyle has increased. As a result, there has also been an increase in requests for housing loans for non-residents in Portugal.
Even though Portugal is still in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic crisis, banks continue to be willing to finance house purchases, and along with low interest rates, now could be the perfect time to buy a property and take out a mortgage in Portugal.
Even during the coronavirus pandemic, many people still make buying property in Portugal a priority, and in the majority of cases, buyers also need a mortgage. Despite the crisis generated by COVID-19, banks in Portugal have remained willing to lend money for this purpose, although take note that th
First things first, what is IMI property tax in Portugal? IMI is a Municipal Property Tax which is updated and must be paid annually by the owners of properties or land in Portugal. In technical terms, IMI is levied on the Taxable Asset Value (VPT), i.e.
The real estate market in Europe is proving to be somewhat of a safe-haven, even in times of crisis.
What is a mortgage "spread" and what impact does it have on the monthly installments paid to the bank each month in Portugal? The term, mortgage spread, basically refers to the profit the bank obtains by lending you money, normally when you have a variable-rate or mixed mortgage.