For all its sunshine and relaxed lifestyle, Portugal hasn’t escaped economic disruption in recent months. One consequence has been a drop in properties on the market by 30% since last year. But as a leading Algarve estate agent explains, you shouldn’t be put off. A bit more preparation before your viewing trip and you can still bag a Portuguese property bargain…
A new trainline between Lisbon and Porto will allow travellers to fly between the Portugal’s two main cities in just 75 minutes. Construction for the new trainline in Portugal is planned to begin in 2024, with completion anticipated in the early 2030s.
Portugal is a country that truly excels when it comes to markets. Many of even the smallest towns and villages have their own daily markets, providing fresh local goods that are often higher in quality and lower in price than products available at supermarkets.
A recent Portugal Property Guides survey has shown that working from home in Portugal is part of the plan for almost 30% of people intending to buy a holiday home there. A further 21% said that they may do some work from their Portuguese bolthole.
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