Property for sale in Portugal
This is the perfect opportunity to find your new home: a list of 25 properties for sale in Portugal, with big discounts that you can’t miss!
In 2018, 19,912 homes were sold to non-residents in Portugal, 14.5% more than last year. In global terms, sales to foreigners represent 8.2% of the total purchases made last year (242,091 properties).
The prominence of foreigners in the Portuguese real estate market is increasing. Non-resident citizens not only buy more houses, but also pay more for them.
Are you looking for a great discount? Then don't waste your time because these are the 20 urgent sales you can't miss if you want to have a new home.
"Negotiable price" could be synonymous with a good home buying deal. If you are willing to take a bit of a risk, make your offer according to what you think is most appropriate and, with a little luck, you can get a cheaper price than advertised when closing a deal to buy your new home.
Housing prices in Portugal have increased in the last decade. In nine years, they have increased by 16.6%, above the average of 3.3% in the eurozone and above the world average of 15.4%.
Buying the house of your dreams or selling your property can be the biggest challenge of your life. During these moments several problems usually arise, not only because of the lack of experience, but also because they are bureaucratic and sometimes complex processes.
Setubal, on the south bank of the Tajo, has emerged from the "shade" and has become a rejuvenated city, animated by the real estate dynamics that have given a "new face" to that Portuguese area, attracting more and more national investors and foreigners.
We all want to find the house of our dreams at the best price possible, so a good discount can be the perfect incentive to buy a new home in the sun.
178,691 homes were sold in Portugal in 2018, 16.6% more than the previous year. This is the highest figure in the last 10 years, since 2009, according to the National Institute of Statistics (INE).
Finding property for sale in Portugal direct from owners, whether in the Algarve, Alentejo or Lisbon is easier than ever before thanks to real estate websites and apps, but there are still lots of aspects of the Portuguese real estate market than can be a real headache for expats.
If you want to buy a house in Portugal with plenty of space but don’t want to spend an arm and a leg, a duplex flat might just be the ideal home for you.