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How to get residency in Portugal

How to get residency in Portugal

Getting official residency in Portugal is something you must think about if you intend to stay long term. This article explains all the details, quirks and possible frustrations you might encounter. 
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Portugal heading for Europe’s biggest property price rise

There’s plenty going on here in the Algarve and Portugal at large this week. Reports are suggesting that we’re in for the highest increase in house prices in Europe – so it’s really imperative that buyers get ahead of that curve. We’re continuing to bask in sunshine, with temperatures remaining around 29°C right through this month. Plus, we’re seeing more investment coming in down here on the coast – a new airline route between Portimão and Bragança is becoming more and more popular. Here’s your news update from Portugal.
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Where to find affordable property in Portugal

If you’re looking for a cheap property in Portugal, the good news is that they do still exist! Even though recent official figures show property price growth in Portugal at its strongest level in 26 years, there are still bargains to be had. As if often the case, it’s just a question of knowing where to look!
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Moving with children to Portugal: all you need to know

If you’re thinking about moving with children to Portugal, you have plenty to think about. Making such a move will definitely be a serious life change. However, there’s a good chance it could prove to be a change for the better. This article will help you understand all of the realities of moving with children to Portugal. It should also assist you in making the right decisions.
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Quick guide to taxes in Portugal

If you’re used to the cost of living in the UK, local taxes in Portugal will come as a pleasant surprise. These taxes are one of many expenses that are considerably lower in Portugal than elsewhere.
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Car ownership and driving in Portugal

Driving in Portugal, some other British drivers will tell you, is not for the faint of heart. A saying you often hear in Portugal is that the locals never hurry unless they’re behind the wheel of a car. In our experience, however, it’s fine once you’re used to it! This article covers everything from the legal practicalities of taking your own car there, to taking the Portuguese driving test.
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News roundup from Portugal

With summer in full swing and World Cup fever sweeping across the land thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo’s heroics, let’s find out the latest news from Portugal.
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5 reasons to love living in Portugal

People living in Portugal often post lots of photos of their local towns and beaches on Instagram and Facebook. Imagine living somewhere where day-to-day life is as visually inspiring as being on holiday! 
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