Property for sale in Portugal
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After the euphoria of recent years, house prices in Portugal are levelling off, heading towards stabilisation. While Portuguese property prices are still rising, they are doing so at a slower rate.
When you buy or sell a house in Portugal, it’s not obligatory to make a preliminary purchase agreement and it does cost you extra money, but you would be wrong to rule out signing one so quickly.
There's a lot of talk about the Comporta area, and tourism also is gaining ground in the Alcácer do Sal region, located in the heart of the Alentejo coast, Portugal.
The sale of two real estate-tourism assets in Herdade da Comporta for a cost of 158 million euro was one of the major real estate deals in Portugal in 2018, having been completed in November.
Time marches on and prices go up. This includes house prices in Portugal, which are getting higher and higher.
There is a lot coming up for auction on 12th April 2019 of 13 publicly owned properties in the north of Portugal.
The effects of the real estate pressure currently being experienced in Lisbon are beginning to spread to the other side of the Tagus River.
Porto is definitely in fashion and the "Baixa" district is still the most sought-after place to invest. The new development of Alegria Plaza, in the heart of Baixa de Oporto, is an extraordinary real estate opportunity for those who want to enjoy the unique vibes the area offers.
House prices in Portugal will continue to rise, albeit at a slower pace than in recent years, following the general trend in Europe, according to forecasts by Standard & Poor's (S&P).
After the regeneration of the historical centre comes the Alta de Lisboa. This is the area of the Portuguese capital that will receive more than 500 new apartments in the coming years, in an investment totalling around 200 million euro.
If there was ever a time when Setúbal was called "ugly" or "dirty", idealista/news can now affirm that this area on the South Bank of the Tagus is no longer so. Setúbal has become a city which is attracting large numbers of investors from Portugal and abroad.
House prices have gone up enormously in Portugal recently, but this doesn’t mean that properties are on the market longer before being sold. On the contrary, the average time it takes to sell a house in Portugal has plummeted in the last five years (since 2013), especially in 2018.