Technical Specification of construction of property (Ficha Técnica da Habitação ou B.I. da Propriedade) will be replaced by the Building e-book
May 30, 2017 Legislation
The Technical specification Sheet, which describes the main technical and functional characteristics of the building was created with the intention of protecting the buyers when buying a house, now this document has its days counted. The Government decided, in Council of Ministers, to end with this document, while approving the creation of the "Building e-book"
Algarve property market turning
Apr 8, 2013 General
70% of leading Algarve property agents report market has bottomed and is now turning up - 10-10-10 Algarve Residential Tourism Survey 2013. This unique research found consumer market confidence, offers and transactions all up on 2012 compared to 2011. Data was gathered from leading real estate agents across the Algarve.
Algarve nominated for the Europe best beach destination 2019
Jun 11, 2019 General
The Algarve received on Saturday, June 08 the “best Beach Destination 2019” award, by the World Travel Awards ceremony, which gathers the vote of the main leaders of the travel and tourism industry worldwide. This is the sixth time that the Algarve has achieved this distinction, which has already happened in the editions of 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017 - and a record in awarding this award, since no other destination has reached this number of nominations. The Algarve offers all visitors a unique experience, starting with the fantastic beaches, to golf, nautical tourism and nature tourism, to the culture and gastronomy of the region, which will allow visitors to discover what makes the Algarve this unique and genuine destination.
Can you register for Residency permit in Portugal after Brexit?
Mar 1, 2021 Legislation
Brexit is a done deal by now. But you didn´t apply for the European residency permit before the 31st December 2020. What can you do?
Tax Regime for Non-Regular Residents in Portugal - the NHR
May 1, 2015 Legislation
Based on a favorable tax regime, is intended to attract to Portugal non-resident citizens, professionals qualified for activities with high added value, as well as individuals with a high net worth or purchasing power. This attraction is based on the application of the exemption method as the preferred method of elimination of international juridical double taxation of foreign source and application of a special rate of 20% (mitigated and proportional taxation) to certain incomes.