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In which areas of Lisbon and Porto is it more attractive and/or profitable for owners to put their houses up for rent? A recent study, "Investir no Mercado de Arrendamento" (Investing in the Rental Market), conducted by the real estate consultant JLL, seeks to answer these and other questions.
House prices are expected to fall in almost all major European markets this year due to the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to findings by economists at Standard & Poor's (S&P) Global Ratings.
House rental prices per square metre (m2) rose 3.1% in April 2020 in Portugal, compared to the same period in the previous month (March).
Office, retail, manufacturing and logistics, the hotel industry, residential and investment. What impact is the coronavirus pandemic having on the various sectors of the real estate sector in Portugal?
At a time when staying at home is crucial to combat the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, Rede H (Rede Nacional de Estudos sobre Habitação - the National Housing Studies Network), founded in February 2020, has mapped out the measures adopted by six European countries to deal with the coronavirus c
Real estate experts Gonçalo Nascimento Rodrigues and Massimo Forte recently urged estate agents in Portugal to answer some questions about how the market is reacting, both on the side of buyers and sellers, given the current uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
idealista is the 20th most used website in Portugal, according to the page similarweb. com that in October analysed the number of visits, the visit duration, the bounce rate and other technical parameters of all websites in Portugal.
The French are the foreigners who invest the most in Portugal in the purchase of real estate, a trend that has been maintained in recent times and this was once again seen in the first half of 2019. Among international investors, the French have a share of 21%.
The property market is still booming in Portugal and property prices continue their upward trend, albeit at a slower pace.
Portugal is trending, and the country's good momentum is also due to the real estate sector. The sector is becoming increasingly attractive, especially for international investors. This represented 87% of last year's commercial volume in the sector, compared to only 13% of domestic investors.
In 2018, 19,912 homes were sold to non-residents in Portugal, 14.5% more than last year. In global terms, sales to foreigners represent 8.2% of the total purchases made last year (242,091 properties).
Housing prices in Portugal have increased in the last decade. In nine years, they have increased by 16.6%, above the average of 3.3% in the eurozone and above the world average of 15.4%.