In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, how is the rental market in Portugal behaving in terms of prices? At the start of 2021, rental prices in Portugal fell 0.4% in January, settling at 11.2 euros per m2.
Portugal is experiencing its strictest coronavirus lockdown to date, and the latest COVID restrictions in Portugal state that working from home is mandatory and that there will be very serious fines for those who breach the teleworking rules.
Will house prices fall in Portugal in 2021? Is 2021 a good time to invest in property in Portugal? What effect will COVID-19 have on house prices? These are just some of the questions on the minds of those planning a move to Portugal in 2021.
With the recent worsening of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government in Portugal has announced that it will broaden the criteria for allocating support to renters who need assistance in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic after losing income.
The compulsory use of face masks in Portugal has been in place in the country since April 2020, and must be used in all public spaces, including public transport, show grounds, commercial spaces, public roads and workplaces.
There is more help on the way for renters in Portugal in 2021, as MPs have approved the extension of the exceptional regime for late payment of rent in the housing market due to the COVID-19 pandemic where residential tenants get assistance with the rent they have to pay.
The Portuguese government has decided once again to extend the law that bans the termination of rental contracts which are due to expire to continue to protect families during the coronavirus pandemic in Portugal.
The boom in tourism in several cities worldwide, notably in Lisbon and Porto in Portugal, generated controversy in pre-pandemic times, due to excessive numbers of tourists and the anticipated effects of this trend on inhabitants.
With the Christmas holiday season just around the corner, it's time to get our heads around the COVID-19 rules and regulations for Portugal during the Christmas and New Year period. Like many other European countries, Portugal is set to ease its COVID-19 restrictions over the Christmas period so tha
The economic crisis that has been unleashed by the COVID-19 pandemic will have a lasting effect on the real estate market, with a general fall in house prices expected to be seen across Europe as early as 2021, Portugal included.
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%.