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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.
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.
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.
The real estate market in Europe is proving to be somewhat of a safe-haven, even in times of crisis.
The median price of houses in Portugal rose again at the end of 2020 to 1,168 euros per m2, a figure that represents a reduction compared to the previous quarter (-1.6%) but an increase compared to the same period in 2019 (+7.6%).
The price of property in Portugal, both for buying or renting a house has skyrocketed over the last ten years, rising by over 40% and 20% for buying and renting respectively between 2010 and the third quarter of 2020, a period already marked by the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As 2021 commences, it brings us great pleasure to announce some exciting developments at GMG Real Estate (GMGRE).
Foreign demand continues to grow in Portugal, even in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic that is sweeping the world.
If you're planning on selling property in Portugal, then it's important to have an idea of how long it takes to sell the house and find an interested buyer.