Property for sale in Portugal
Your dream of living by the sea and just a short walk from the beach could become a reality where you can make the most of the Portuguese sun and beautiful coastline at your leisure.
Starting a new life in Portugal and buying property should be an exciting experience but in many cases, expat buyers find the process can be overwhelming and complicated.
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, many people are longing for a lifestyle change and for some this will involve moving to a property with more space, both inside and out, and what better place to do so than in Portugal. The real estate market in Portugal offers houses and villas with a discou
To buy or rent a house, that is the question? This is, undoubtedly, one of the biggest questions that many people face when it's time to move to Portugal.
Prefabricated and modular homes are an alternative to traditional construction and can be the right choice for those looking for a comfortable, flexible and adaptable property in Portugal.
Lisbon is one of the 10 most attractive European cities to invest in real estate in 2021, occupying precisely the tenth position. The Portuguese capital is part of a list led by London (United Kingdom).
The coronavirus pandemic continues to sweep across Europe, with lockdowns and travel restrictions continuing in countries such as Portugal.
The Easter holidays have come and gone and we're looking forward to Summer.
The COVID-19 pandemic is having direct effects on the property market in Portugal on various levels.
One year after the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the real estate sector in the Algarve is witnessing an upturn.
RE Capital, the Geneva based property investment, development and asset management-business, and Neworld, a European-domiciled property development company, have yesterday launched Reward Properties, a new joint venture which will offer investors unique opportunities to buy into the attractive high
House prices, although less than in previous years, continued to increase in 2020 in Portugal and in general, this upward trend is expected to continue in 2021. What explains this phenomenon in a context of economic crisis generated by the COVID-19 pandemic?