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Portugal is the 3rd best country in the world to invest in luxury real estate 

Financial Magazine, 04.02.2019

Portugal is the 3rd best country in the world to invest in luxury real estate


The Portuguese real estate market is a safe and profitable value in terms of investment. So says an international ranking that places Portugal as the 3rd best country in the world to invest in properties in the luxury segment.

In this recently released international ranking about housing investment, Portugal rises two places in the world table, throwing Italy off the podium and falling only behind Austria and Belgium.

The "2015 Global Residence and Citizenship Programs" (GRCP) rating considered factors such as the Immigration Laws, the tax regimes and quality of life, and concluded that Portugal is one of the best destinations in the world to invest in property.

The Gold Visas program, the Residence Permit for Investment Activity and the Non-Habitual Resident regime are pointed out as favorable measures so that the foreigners settle in Portugal and invest in real estate purchase.


Why Portugal 2020 - The Case for Investing in Portugal

Financial Magazine, 18.06.2020

Following harsh economic years, Portugal has shown an unexpected surge in tourism and in the real estate market in 2017 which is now catching the attention of local and foreign investors.

Portugal’s moderate growth rate in 2018, the support of the European Central Bank’s monetary policy and the commitment of the government to bring the deficit to 2.3% have renewed investors’ interest in Portugal. Still, there are challenges ahead. Portugal needs to reduce historically high levels of Government debt and unemployment.

After implementing a harsh economic program with little social unrest, Portugal has facilitated the creation of new businesses, reduced the time for obtaining administrative permits, improved its labor legislation and reduced its corporate tax to 21%.


Web Summit Kicks Off its fourth year in Lisbon

Financial Magazine, 16.11.2019

It’s this time of year when winners and aspirants come together for the Web Summit. But after a sharp rise in tech values, is it in a sparkling new place in a host city in color that the annual technology-based event will take place, what does the 2019 vintage have in store for us?

There is an air of expectation in Lisbon as the Portuguese capital prepares to welcome some 70,000 technicians this week. This year's Web Summit was officially sold out on Friday 6 November, those who took the last tickets paying up to € 1,500 per person. “Executive” participant tickets priced at € 4,995 were also sold.


Across the four days we’ll welcome more than 1,200 speakers to our 22 stages. Among them are the EU Commissioner for Competition, Margrethe Vestager; the Rotating Chairman of Huawei, Guo Ping; Google’s Sustainability Officer, Kate Brandt; and former Prime Minister of Great Britain, Tony Blair.

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