Good news arrives from Portugal. The new data shows that the property sales has increased 23% since the country leave the lockdown one month ago. The situation is improving and property agents have noticed an improvement and they are offering virtual tours and other solutions to show the properties to the costumers. Now it is a good moment to invest in Portugal.
Prices are keeping more or less stable and between April and May have increased 0,9%, as property specialists says and they have high expectations that the market will return to normal after the pandemic.
Why it is a good idea to invest in Portugal?
As we have said in many occasions, investing in Portugal is synonymous with success. With and excellent quality of life and, at the same time, affordable, Lisbon and Porto are two cities that attract many numbers of international investors.
Algarve is another interesting area where to invest in a second residence or retire. With wonderful beaches, good climate and all services at hand, it is also a good idea.
Golden Visa Portugal, the best option for you and your family
If you are thinking of investing in Portugal, we have the best option for you. The Golden Visa Portugal program is one of the most attractive and accessible in Europe. With an investment of minimum € 280,000 you can get Portuguese residence for you and your family (spouse and children under 18). However, we can offer you many other interesting investment options.
With the Golden Visa you can move around all the countries of the Schengen area with complete freedom. In addition, there is only a minimum stay of 7 days the first year and 14 the second and third. After five years, you will be able to obtain Portuguese citizenship.
If you want to invest in Portugal, contact us. Depending on your situation and the objectives you have, we will recommend the residency program that best suits you and your family. Remember that you can invest and request the program without leaving your country. Our team will manage everything so you don’t have to worry about anything.
Source: Portugal resident