Property for sale in Portugal
In spite of the coronavirus pandemic that has seen house prices drop in many countries, the cost per square metre of housing in Portugal continues to rise, although the pandemic is putting a brake on the pace of growth.
These properties in the Portuguese mountains offer you the opportunity to live surrounded by peace, tranquility and nature.
MESPIL Developments & Investment announces Pine Hills, Vilamoura, No.9 Faro, and No.9 Lisbon projects have garnered International Property Awards 2020 as winners in the Portugal, European category. Mr.
Demand for homes in the Amendoeira Golf Resort, located in Alcantarilha near Silves in Southern Portugal's Algarve region, increased in 2020, a year marked by the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, while sales have already exceeded last year's total sales by 80%.
Don't bother putting away your swimming costume just yet, because the bathing season isn't over! In a house with an indoor pool, you can take a dip all year round, even during the coldest winter months of the year.
More than ever, comfortable houses are one of the most important aspects of life and, after months of lockdown at home, smart houses with home automation systems are the dream of those who want to have life made easier in a technological way.
In the second quarter of 2020, marked by several confinement measures and restrictions because of the pandemic in most Member States, house prices increased by 5% in the eurozone and 5.2% in the European Union (EU) compared to the same period last year.
The most spectacular views can be enjoyed from some of the best penthouses in Portugal; from beautiful cityscapes, to golden beaches and lush green golf courses.
Moving to sunny Portugal may seem like nothing more than a dream for many. However, a good discount can be the perfect opportunity to get the house you have always dreamed of in Portugal at a good price.
After rising by 1.6% and 0.5% in the first and second quarters of 2020 respectively, compared to previous quarters, house prices in Portugal continue to rise during the COVID-19 pandemic: prices rose by 1% between July and September compared to the previous three months, to 2,090 euros/m2.
Many owners, who saw their sales plans frustrated by the COVID-19 pandemic, are now looking to sell their homes as soon as possible. These urgent sales and haste from a property owner can mean big price drop and a great opportunity to save money on the purchase of your dream home in Portugal.
The climate and beauty of the (long) Portuguese coast which is distinguished by its extensive sands and diverse landscape, together with other reasons, continue to attract foreigners to the country, either to buy or rent property in Portugal.