Portugal property news

Browse the latest Portugal property news here at Portugal Property Guides. You can stay up to date with the latest developments as you plan on buying a property in Portugal. We cover a range of news topics, from house price trends to new laws and regulations, so you don’t need to look anywhere else for the most up to date news on the property market in Portugal.


 

New flights and visas for Madeira will make it a global hub

New flights and visas for Madeira will make it a global hub

Could Madeira be the next big thing in overseas property and lifestyles? The ravishing tropical island just under four hours flying time from the UK is offering a range of visas designed to attract both retirees and working people from the UK and further afield. As well as new visas for Madeira there are also new flights…
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Portugal’s D7 visa explained

Portugal’s D7 visa, sometimes called the retirement visa or passive income visa, is a popular option for non-EU citizens looking to gain residency in Portugal. The visa offers many benefits, including the right to live, work and access the public healthcare system in Portugal, as well as free movement within the Schengen Zone. What’s more, any family members and dependents can also benefit.
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Carvoeiro: a guide to the Algarve’s prettiest town

Picture-perfect Carvoeiro delivers the ideal that most people visualise when considering a life in Portugal’s Algarve: Azure sky, sparkling sea, and a perfect cove beach surrounded by whitewashed villas. In this guide, we look at the many benefits of buying a home in Carvoeiro. 
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What changes are being introduced to Portugal’s Golden Visa scheme in 2022?

Portugal’s golden visa is widely regarded as one of the best visa schemes in the world. In return for investing in property or business in the country, applicants will receive five years of residency with the opportunity to later apply for citizenship. What’s more, you will also gain free movement around the Schengen zone, something that is highly valuable post-Brexit.
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