The first private King's College School in Portugal will be built in Cascais, Lisbon, and is due to open its doors in September 2022. The new educational, artistic and sports facilities will add up to 40,000 square metres and its construction will require a total investment of €45 million.
Large fortunes, all over the planet, have their eyes set on the Portuguese real estate market, and more specifically, on luxury homes. And with limited time before new rules come into effect regarding the "Golden Visa", the attention is intense.
The demand for Golden Visas in Portugal in 2021, or Residence Permits for Investment (ARI), as they are officially called, is accelerating, a trend that should continue in the coming months, bearing in mind that in January 2022 foreign real estate investors (from outside the European Union) investin
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
Foreigners living in Portugal passed the 500,000 mark last year "for the first time in the history" of the country, according to information released by the Minister for Internal Administration, Eduardo Cabrita, in the Portuguese Parliament.
Buying a property in Portugal costs, on average, 1,031 euros/m2, according to data from the Portuguese National Institute of Statistics (INE). Even so, there are towns where prices exceed 2,000 euros/m2 (Cascais, Oeiras and Loulé).