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Housing rental prices in Portugal are set to rise again in 2022, after remaining unchanged in 2021, but after rising between 2016 and 2020. This, however, will be a slight increase, bearing in mind that, excluding housing, the inflation rate was 0.29% in July.
Milan is the capital of Southern Europe where the effort rate of families to pay the rent of a house is the highest: 42,6%. A figure higher than that registered, for example, in Madrid (36.3%) and Lisbon (35.8%). Another Portuguese city, Setúbal, is in second place in this ranking (40.6%).
Renting a room in Portugal is no longer a trend that is exclusively linked students.
Imagine you live in a rented property and the landlord decides that they want to sell it. Do you, as a tenant, have to authorise the landlord to allow visits to the property?
A tenancy deposit to rent a house is often a cause of friction between landlords and tenants. Deposits on rental are regulated legally by the Portuguese Civil Code, but it is not always easy for both parties to understand their rights and responsibilities when it comes to deposits.
Renting a house in Portugal was 9.3% more expensive in 2018 than previous years, with the average cost per square metre for the whole country reaching 4.80 euro, which is 0.45 euro per square foot.
Do you live in a rented house? Then you should consider taking out a home contents insurance policy.
The Portuguese Council of Ministers (Conselho de Ministros) approved a decree law on 14th February 2019 creating the Right in rem to Lasting Housing (Direito Real de Habitação Duradoura or DRHD), a scheme that aims to provide families with a stable housing solution and allow them to maintain their p
2018 has come to an end and it’s time to start thinking of destinations for 2019. To get the best vacation deals, the best thing to do is to prepare everything well in advance, shop around, and most of all have lots of patience.
Moving to Portugal, finding a house, learning the language, landing a job… it can all be very draining. When you do find a job in Portugal, it’s tempting to simply sign the employment contract and be done with it.
Students are a genuine source of wealth for cities like London, Rotterdam and Milan.
Renting an apartment in Lisbon is more expensive than it was a year ago, but the rise in prices is slowing down. In the second quarter of the year, rental prices in the Portuguese capital rose by 1.8% over the previous quarter and by 17% in counterpart terms.