Property for rent in Portugal
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, how is the rental market in Portugal behaving in terms of prices? At the start of 2021, rental prices in Portugal fell 0.4% in January, settling at 11.2 euros per m2.
With the recent worsening of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government in Portugal has announced that it will broaden the criteria for allocating support to renters who need assistance in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic after losing income.
Buying a house is never an easy decision, and if you're not yet ready to take the big step of buying property in Portugal, a lease option could just be the perfect chance to get a taste of your future home before you invest.
There is more help on the way for renters in Portugal in 2021, as MPs have approved the extension of the exceptional regime for late payment of rent in the housing market due to the COVID-19 pandemic where residential tenants get assistance with the rent they have to pay.
The Portuguese government has decided once again to extend the law that bans the termination of rental contracts which are due to expire to continue to protect families during the coronavirus pandemic in Portugal.
The rental market seems to be gaining popularity in Portugal, with more and more people choosing to rent rather than buy.
How much does it cost to rent a house in the cheapest municipality of Portugal? And the most expensive?
Renting a room in Portugal is no longer a trend that is exclusively linked students.
Moving to Portugal is both exciting and daunting, and one of the biggest questions that arises amongst expats is whether to buy or rent property in Portugal.
The Portuguese Government has revealed that it wants to create a pool with currently vacant (or available) properties across the country, that will be turned into affordable rental housing.
The average value of housing rent in Portugal registered a monthly variation of -0.2% in May 2020, a value 0.3 percentage points (p.p.) lower than that registered in April.
In which areas of Lisbon and Porto is it more attractive and/or profitable for owners to put their houses up for rent? A recent study, "Investir no Mercado de Arrendamento" (Investing in the Rental Market), conducted by the real estate consultant JLL, seeks to answer these and other questions.