The real estate activity is one of the most scrutinized, through national and international studies and analyzes that seek to monitor the financial and commercial progress of the sector. Here I will publish some of these studies, which are useful to assess the best opportunities in the real estate market and for those who want to buy or sell a house.

Updated on: 
7. April 2016

Is your house cold?

According to an opinion study carried out by the environmental association Quercus in partnership with the Sustainable Construction Portal, carried out in 2027:

About 74% of Portuguese consider their homes cold in winter , 25% consider their homes warm in summer and only 1% of Portuguese consider their...

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Lisbon, has long since failed to satisfy the demand for housing and hence the strong registered growth in the price per square meter in the sale and rental of houses. In 2019, the capital had the highest median price of family housing (3,247 € / m2) , among the 7 cities in Portugal with more than 100 thousand inhabitants and recorded a year-on-year growth of + 7.9%...

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When I started this year everything pointed to a 2020 characterized by small adjustments, especially in terms of prices in the residential resale market , the continued growth and interest of foreign investment in our country, the growth in the activity of building new properties, that is , a calm but dynamic year and...

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The Global Peace Index is a ranking prepared by the Institute for Economics & Peace (IEP) that covers 99.7% of the world population and aims to measure and compare the level of security in each country, using 23 qualitative and quantitative indicators from highly qualified sources. respected.

In this year's ranking , Portugal occupies the 3rd position, with the same number of points...

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In 2016, 40 thousand Portuguese worked in the real estate sector, 43% more than in 2015, in other words, this is the sector of activity where the rise in employment was more expressive. According to INE:

The unemployment rate for the 4th quarter of 2016 was 10.5%. This figure remained unchanged compared to the previous quarter and is 1.7 percentage points (pp) lower than in the same...

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Numbers and Statistics

When looking at the statistical evolution of the various indicators that make up the real estate scenario, it is easy to see that, if there are no extraordinary events with a strong impact on the economy, this evolution will tend to follow a curve whose trend is predictable. At least, this is what mathematical theories teach us.

On the other hand, the...

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There are many reasons for this gradual and consistent growth over the past 5, 6 years:

Top real estate investment: Portugal in the spotlight

One of the reasons why Portugal is such a sought-after country to invest in the purchase of real estate is related to the fact that our country appears highlighted in several rankings such as the most recent 2015 Global Residence and Citizenship...

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Also according to PWC Portugal, "investment in real estate between the fourth quarter of 2014 and the last quarter of 2015 amounted to 2 billion euros. Investment funds from countries such as China, Malaysia, Singapore, Brazil, Angola, United States, The United Kingdom and the Netherlands are gaining more and more relevance, to the detriment of funds from countries like Germany. "


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