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06 Sep 2022

AIMI - Additional to IMI: Who pays this; how much and when?

AIMI - Additional to IMI: Who this applies to, payments and deadlines. Additional to the Municipal Property Tax is levied on the sum of the real estate assets of individuals...

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05 Sep 2022

Solar panels: Otovo´s offer for monthly installments

With gas and electricity prices on the rise, consumers are increasingly targeting renewable energies. One of these alternatives being solar panels. Otovo, a Norweigian...

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26 Aug 2022

Three-day strike at four national airports

Portway workers will go ahead with a three-day strike between 26 and 28 August, at Lisbon, Porto, Faro and Funchal airports. The strike was called by the National Union of...

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19 Aug 2022

Fatacil Lagoa 2022

After the announcement of the concerts by Resistance, Fernando Daniel, João Pedro Pais, Tony Carreira and Gipsy Kings, by Diego Baliardo, the Municipality of Lagoa now...

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16 Aug 2022

Quality of life & the Luxury property market

“Quality of Life” the driving force behind foreign investment in luxury properties Despite the current uncertain economic climate, the demand for luxury homes...

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10 Aug 2022

Silves Medieval Fair 2022

After a two-year break, the Medieval Fair returns to the city of Silves, from the 10th to the 20th of August, with 11 days of historical recreation of the medieval period of...

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01 Aug 2022

New laws for foreign driving license come into force

The measure that comes into force now covers citizens of 18 countries: Angola, Australia, Brazil, Cape Verde, Canada, Chile, United States of America, Iceland, Israel, Japan,...

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08 Apr 2022

Portugal 6th for most female Entrepreneurs

Portugal occupies the sixth position in the ranking of countries with the highest percentage of women entrepreneurs, ahead of countries such as Spain, Italy or Ireland. By...

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29 Mar 2022

What is the 90/180 Visa Rule? Basically, How many days can I spend in Portugal without a residence permit?

UK nationals - Without an official residence permit, as a ‘third country’ visitor post-Brexit, UK nationals can now only spend up to 90 days in any 180-day period...

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22 Feb 2022

Moving to Portugal post Brexit – visa options for UK nationals

Moving to Portugal post Brexit – visa options for UK nationals (full article in The Portugal News ) A major consequence has been to the rights of British nationals to...

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26 Oct 2021

7.6% increase in house prices

  The third quarter has revealed a 7.6 percent increase in house prices in Portugal when compared to the same period of 2020. Data from Imovirtual has found that the...

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26 Jul 2021

Celebrating - 3 years in Business!

Celebrating 3 years in business! Thank you to everyone who has supported us along this journey so far. From the first vendors who trusted in us and listed their property...

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