In Portugal, Lisbon is undoubtedly the most dynamic area for real estate this year. Prices held up well during the crisis and are significantly rising over the past two years. Indeed, the decrease in prices resulting to the crisis period (2008-2012) was only of 10% on the Lisbon market, in comparison to the collapse noticed in the whole Portuguese market – from 40% to 60% for the same period.

 

The average price per square in Lisbon is currently between 2 600 and 2 700€ per square for an apartment, and between 3200 and 3400€ per square for a house. Those numbers will need to be risen if the real estate is new build. In the historical center, the average prices are between 2 800 and 3 600€ depending on the district it is located in. Those values are very low considering the European capitals, making the Lisbon area attractive.

 

Recently, with this attractiveness, a new phenomenon appeared, a lack of offers in some districts, which will inevitably bring a growth in the prices. The foreign demand is mostly behind this increase in prices. The tax measures granted to the foreigners can explain this massive inflow of foreigners in the Portuguese capital. It is a real investment that offers many benefits once there.

In Portugal, Lisbon is undoubtedly the most dynamic area for real estate this year. Prices held up well during the crisis and are significantly rising over the past two years. Indeed, the decrease in prices resulting to the crisis period (2008-2012) was only of 10% on the Lisbon market, in comparison to the collapse noticed in the whole Portuguese market – from 40% to 60% for the same period.

 

The average price per square in Lisbon is currently between 2 600 and 2 700€ per square for an apartment, and between 3200 and 3400€ per square for a house. Those numbers will need to be risen if the real estate is new build. In the historical center, the average prices are between 2 800 and 3 600€ depending on the district it is located in. Those values are very low considering the European capitals, making the Lisbon area attractive.

 

Recently, with this attractiveness, a new phenomenon appeared, a lack of offers in some districts, which will inevitably bring a growth in the prices. The foreign demand is mostly behind this increase in prices. The tax measures granted to the foreigners can explain this massive inflow of foreigners in the Portuguese capital. It is a real investment that offers many benefits once there.

In Portugal, Lisbon is undoubtedly the most dynamic area for real estate this year. Prices held up well during the crisis and are significantly rising over the past two years. Indeed, the decrease in prices resulting to the crisis period (2008-2012) was only of 10% on the Lisbon market, in comparison to the collapse noticed in the whole Portuguese market – from 40% to 60% for the same period.

 

The average price per square in Lisbon is currently between 2 600 and 2 700€ per square for an apartment, and between 3200 and 3400€ per square for a house. Those numbers will need to be risen if the real estate is new build. In the historical center, the average prices are between 2 800 and 3 600€ depending on the district it is located in. Those values are very low considering the European capitals, making the Lisbon area attractive.

 

Recently, with this attractiveness, a new phenomenon appeared, a lack of offers in some districts, which will inevitably bring a growth in the prices. The foreign demand is mostly behind this increase in prices. The tax measures granted to the foreigners can explain this massive inflow of foreigners in the Portuguese capital. It is a real investment that offers many benefits once there.

The real estate market

The real estate market

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