Why Portugal?

A high standard of living, combined with constant tourist influx and a strong property market.

Portugal is a democratic republic and a member of the EU since 1986.
Portugal is the westernmost part of Europe, situated on the west coast of the Iberian Peninsula.
Portugal is currently the destination of many from around the globe who flock to it for its plethora of business opportunities, moderate weather, welcoming locals and enhanced European infrastructures.
The long Atlantic Ocean shoreline is popular among foreigners and locals alike. Surfers often visit its renowned surfing locations, and the warm sunny beaches in the south are a visitors' paradise
Having nearly gone bankrupt in 2008, Portugal has since been recovering financially at an astonishing 2% to 3% annual rate
Unemployment rate in Portugal during the first quarter of 2022 has been a mere 5.9%.
From 2017 to 2020 real estate property prices have gone up 28%.

Why Invest
in Portugal?

As of May 2013, Portugal has been listed by the OECD as one of the leading countries in the world in terms of real estate acquisition and maintenance. According to the OECD, Portuguese real estate has been grossly undervalued, and the ratio betweenrental rates and purchase price positions Portugal as undoubtedly one of the most attractive real estate markets in Europe.

The number of foreigners who seeking to invest in Portugal has grown immensely in recent years, many opting to invest under the umbrella of the Portuguese Golden Visa.

Real estate and cost of living prices in Portugal are still relatively low compared with other European destinations, so further growth is anticipated.

A taxation system that is particularly friendly towards retired individuals and former hi-tech workers, makes seekers of investment or of relocation prefer Portugal.

The industrial region

Porto is the capital of Northern Portugal. The central city in the north of the country, and the second in rank after Lisbon.

The Porto District is the industrial center of the country, since most of the factories and construction companies are mostly found there. This makes this city a major player in the country's economy.

the state capital

Lisbon is the biggest city in Portugal and the capital of the state, where one might find government and cultural institutions. This has a huge bearing on the role the city plays on the country's economy. In recent years there has been an influx of tourists into Portugal, and more specifically into Lisbon.

Lisbon and its surrounding areas comprise the richest part of the land, where 45% of Portugal's gross national product is made. The per capita income is higher than average in Lisbon, and is one of the highest in Europe. There are 600 thousand Portuguese living in Lisbon.