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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.
Foreign investment in Portuguese properties has perked up, helping the recovery of the Portuguese real estate sector in recent years.
The luxury real estate market in Portugal continues to grow, under the gaze of domestic and foreign investors. According to the Luxury Estate web portal, average demand in this sector stood at almost three million euro in the first half of 2018.
Much has been said about the importance of foreign investment in the current dynamism of the real estate market in Portugal.
The price of houses is constantly rising in Portugal, with the increase in the national average being greater for used houses than new ones, despite the fact that new properties are also more expensive and are selling more and more.
Thirty years old, married or in a common-law union, with university-level education. This is the profile of those heading the search for houses in Portugal, according to the latest study from Century 21, "I Observatório da Habitação em Portugal”.
London’s got Soho, Lisbon has Príncipe Real. The most LGBTI-friendly district of the Portuguese capital attracts restaurants, shops and entertainment venues as well as residents and investors.
The sale price of houses in Portugal rose by 14.2% in March 2018 in comparison with the same month in 2017. We have to go back 26 years to the first quarter of 1992 to find a record of price evolution higher than the current one: that year, the year-on-year price development was 16.1%.
There is a new trend of foreign investment in the Portuguese real estate market that is beginning to gain ground. It comes from across the Atlantic, specifically from the United States of America.
Around three hundred people accepted the challenge thrown down by Massimo Forte and Gonçalo Nascimento Rodrigues, specialists and independent consultants in mediation and real estate investments, to think about the "Out of the Box" market (referring to the real estate and financial sector opinion bl
Buying a house will always be cheaper than renting in the long run, wherever it is in Portugal, according to accounts based on data from the National Institute of Statistics (Instituto Nacional de Estatística or INE).
To buy or not to buy a house? That is the question. There is always someone trying to work through this dilemma. Should I buy? Should I wait? The decision is never easy.