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New housing construction costs rose 7.1% in September, year-on-year. This represents an increase of 0.4 percentage points over the previous month, according to data released by the National Statistics Institute (INE).
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 coronavirus pandemic continues to have its effect on the global property market and we've already heard that rental prices will see slight rises in Portugal in 2022. But what exactly will these price rises look like? How much will rent go up by in Portugal?
Where is the most expensive place in Portugal? When it comes to buying property and looking at the 25 most expensive municipalities to buy a house in Portugal, Lisbon is the most expensive.
What would it be like to live in a palace, mansion or estate? Many people continue to dream of luxury homes in Portugal, and visiting this universe of expensive luxury properties on the internet is quickly becoming a favourite pastime for many.
Lisbon is the second cheapest capital city to buy property in Western Europe. How much does property cost in Lisbon? In the Portuguese capital it is possible to find a home for 227,751 euros, with the average cost of living being 1,048 euros per month per person.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused a change in the real estate market in Portugal, including what buyers are looking for in Portugal.
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.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to sweep across Europe, with lockdowns and travel restrictions continuing in countries such as Portugal.
The price of houses for rent has been falling in Portugal during the pandemic, with a 3% drop in average national terms over the last year.
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?
The property market, like many other economic sectors, is feeling the effects of COVID-19 in Portugal.