Property for sale in Portugal
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.
The secret to selling a home isn’t limited to a competitive asking price, but also relies on how you present it to potential buyers.
Portugal is famous for its beautiful coastlines and traditional fishing villages, many of which have beautiful little fisherman’s houses for sale.
If you want to make the most of summer, the best way to do it is to have a house just a stone’s throw from the sea. To help your search for the perfect Portuguese coastal property, we’ve prepared a selection of houses for sale on the best beaches in Portugal.
There are 260,000 square metres (2.8 million square feet) of new constructions in an area of approximately 20 hectares.
Buying a house is always something you have to think very carefully about, especially if it’s your first home and if you’re going to need a mortgage to buy it.
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.