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View across a villa with chimney to the sea with a palm and bougainvillea in the foreground


Portugal is the sixth country in the EU with the highest rate of property overvaluation. It's also the country where house prices have risen faster than the average salary.

Pink Palace in Estoi with gardens in the forefront


The month of October was one of recovery for the Algarve's hotel sector, which saw its turnover increase by 2.3% compared to 2019, and 157% compared to 2020.

Old village with cobbled streets and hills in the background


The median prices for properties in Portugal has risen across the country, reaching the highest value since 2019. The highest-priced homes are currently in the Algarve, despite median prices shrinking by 0.5 percentage points.

Looking across the living room through open terrace doors to the view of trees and ocean


In the space of a decade, international demand for properties in the Portuguese market has more than doubled, but which nationalities are most interested in getting their hands on a place in the sun?

Chairs on a deck overlooking gardens


Sales of properties in resorts grew 30% in the first six months of this year. According to the latest resort price index, resort properties also appreciated by 8.6%.

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