A large house, ready to receive new owners and preferably at a good price... Is it too much to ask for? If you are looking for an apartment or villa with enough space to live with your whole family, you can stop your search.
Buying a property in Portugal costs, on average, 1,031 euros/m2, according to data from the Portuguese National Institute of Statistics (INE). Even so, there are towns where prices exceed 2,000 euros/m2 (Cascais, Oeiras and Loulé).
A newly constructed house, ready to start a new life and at a reduced price: it may seem impossible to find, but if you've always dreamed of a brand-new house you can't miss these 15 homes for sale with discounted prices.
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%.
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.
"Negotiable price" could be synonymous with a good home buying deal. If you are willing to take a bit of a risk, make your offer according to what you think is most appropriate and, with a little luck, you can get a cheaper price than advertised when closing a deal to buy your new home.