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  • Pleasant Three Bedroom Apartment with Balcony for Sale in Belem, Lisbon

    Distinguished three bedroom apartment for sale in Unique Belem – prestigious development equipped with modern amenities. Benefiting from third-floor balcony overlooking the Tagus bank, framed by the “...

    156m2 T3 €1.200.000

  • Luxury Three Bedroom Apartment with Two En-Suites for Sale in Chiado, Lisbon

    Spacious three bedroom apartment for sale in central, innovatively restored XIX-century building – Unique Chiado. Located in the high-end neighbourhood of Chiado, the apartment benefits from the numbe...

    146m2 T3 €1.520.000

  • Generous Single-Bedroom Apartment with Balcony

    Practical layout of this commodious single-bedroom apartment is topped with cozy balcony. This modern 84 m2 apartment located on the first floor offers everything for a comfortable and peaceful urban...

    84m2 T1 €415.000

  • Cosy One Bedroom Apartment with French Balcony for Sale in Lisbon

    Delightful one bedroom apartment for sale in Lisbon’s historical area. Bathed in authentic traditions, the property is set nearby the famed Saint Jorge Castle. Delicate finishes of white porcelain and...

    66m2 T1 €315.000

  • Spacious Two-Bedroom Apartment ideal for Golden Visa Investment

    A 100 m2 apartment located on the first floor with a considerable living area and tucked in two quiet bedrooms is ideal for a Golden Visa buyer and further short-term rental in a very popular upcoming...

    101m2 T2 €515.000

  • Large Two-Bedroom in Lisbon for a Golden Visa Investment

    A large two-bedroom apartment located on the second floor with the considerable living area and tucked in two quiet bedrooms featuring custom-made walk-in closet is ideal for a Golden Visa buyer and f...

    100m2 T2 €525.000

  • Wonderful top-floor T1 with great city view

    A spacious and cosy single-bedroom apartment with views overlooking East and West is a must-consider opportunity either for a holiday home or short- and mid-term rental investment! The apartment has r...

    67m2 T1 €325.000

  • Neat Two Bedroom Apartment with Balconies for Investment in Lisbon

    Pleasant two bedroom apartment for sale in Lisbon’s cultural area.Hidden in the cobblestone streets not far from the famous Saint Jorge Castle, the property offers a balanced solution of a fine interi...

    78m2 T2 €420.000

  • Beautiful Three Bedroom Traditional Apartment with the Balcony and Terrace in Anjos, Lisbon

    Delightful three bedroom apartment for sale in Anjos area – a prominent example of Lisbon’s regeneration.Benefiting from an ensuite, a balcony and a 53 sq.m. terrace, the property is a pleasant mix of...

    138m2 T3 €550.000

  • Luxurious Four Bedroom Apartment with Private Garden in Principe Real, Lisbon

    Salitre – high-end apartment in a renovated art-deco building in the heart of Lisbon, Principe Real.Settle into a dream apartment in the heart of Principe Real, one of the most sought-after neighbourh...

    243m2 T4 €2.985.000

  • Luxury Two Bedroom Apartment with Terrace for Sale in Lisbon, right off Avenida da Liberdade

    Stunning two bedroom duplex apartment for sale in Odeon – a luxuriously restored 20th-century theatre with the perfect central location. Offering a terrace and a south oriented marquise – an exception...

    197.2m2 T2 €1.850.000

  • Unique Two Bedroom Apartment for Sale in Lisbon, right off Avenida da Liberdade

    Fascinating two bedroom duplex apartment for sale in Odeon – a beautifully restored 20th-century theatre at the prime location.Benefiting from a terrace, this apartment for sale comes with three bathr...

    170.5m2 T2 €1.655.000

  • Wonderful Two Bedroom Apartment with Mezzanine for Sale in Lisbon, right off Avenida da Liberdade, Lisbon

    Exquisite two bedroom apartment for sale in Odeon – a beautifully restored 20th-century theatre at the prime location.Coming with a marquise restored in the Eiffel style – a superb spot for sun-bathed...

    161.3m2 T1 €1.357.500

  • Charming One Bedroom Apartment with High Ceilings for Sale in Lisbon, Baixa

    Elegant one bedroom apartment for sale in Rossio 93 – a classical building repurposed for modern living right in the heart of Lisbon. Benefiting from good natural illumination in the living area, this...

    85m2 T1 €780.000

  • Beautiful Two Bedroom Apartment with Quality Finishes for Sale in Lisbon, Baixa

    Pleasant two bedroom apartment for sale in Rossio 93 – a classical building repurposed for modern living right in the heart of Lisbon. Benefiting from a large living area with plenty of natural light,...

    126m2 T2 €1.395.000

  • New Two Bedroom Apartment with High Ceilings for Sale in Lisbon, Baixa

    Modern two bedroom apartment for sale in Rossio 93 – a classical building repurposed for modern living right in the heart of Lisbon.Benefiting from large volumes of natural lights, this apartment for...

    126m2 T2 €1.375.000

  • Bright Two Bedroom Apartment with Terrace for sale in Chiado, Lisbon

    Two bedroom apartment with plenty of natural light for sale right in the heart of Lisbon – Chiado.  Offering a terrace opening to Lisbon’s terracotta rooftops – great spot to enjoy mild Portuguese wea...

    123m2 T2 €979.000

  • Luxurious Four Bedroom Apartment with Private Garden for sale in Lisbon, Principe Real

    Salitre – high-end apartment in a renovated art-deco building in the heart of Lisbon, Principe Real.Settle into a dream apartment in the heart of Principe Real, one of the most sought-after neighbourh...

    243m2 T4 €2.985.000

  • Stylish Two Bedroom Apartment with Private Patio for Sale near Avenida da Liberdade, Lisbon

    Contemporary two bedroom apartment for sale in Bordalo Residence – a renovated 300 years old masterpiece parallel to Avenida da Liberdade. Offering a patio – a superb spot to enjoy Lisbon’s mild weath...

    117.88m2 T2 €595.000

  • Beautiful Four Bedroom Apartment with Plenty of Natural Light for Sale in Lisbon, Arroios

    Bright four bedroom apartment for sale in a typical Lisbon area – Arroios.  Benefiting from quality refurbishment works and a balcony, this apartment for sale features the total of two bathrooms (one...

    122.5m2 T4 €540.000

  • Golden Visa

    The Golden Visa programme was launched by the Portuguese authorities in October 2012 and is an efficient way for foreign investors from non-EU countries to obtain permanent residence in Portugal, thereby also allowing freedom of travel in most European countries (Schengen area). There are several routes to obtain a Golden Visa in Portugal. Tamea International focuses on the Real Estate Investment route which is considered the most popular and flexible. The investment requirement for obtaining a Golden Visa via this route is the acquisition of a property of an amount equal to or greater than €500,000. Only investments made after October 8th 2012 are considered. The second step in the Golden Visa programme allows investors to apply for Portuguese citizenship after six years. The assets used to apply through the scheme can be disposed of once citizenship is granted.   Requirements: €500,000 investment* Hold the investment for a minimum period of 5 years Investment funds must come from outside Portugal Initial entry into Portugal with a valid Sch...

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  • Golden visa FAQs

    What is the Golden Visa? The Golden Visa, also referred to as The Golden Residency Permit (GRP) programme or The Residency Permit for the Investment Activity (Autorização de Residência para Atividade de Investimento - ARI), is designed to encourage investment in Portugal by non-EU citizens in exchange for granting residency status.   What are the main benefits of the Golden Visa? No visa required to visit Portugal or rest of the Schengen Area Freedom to live & work in Portugal (even if resident in another country) Eligible for permanent residency after 5 years Eligible for citizenship after 6 years Residency can be extended to a family Property can be rented to generate income Property can be sold after citizenship is acquired   What kind of investment is required in order to qualify for the Golden Visa? In order to qualify, one of the following investment conditions in Portugal must be met: A capital transfer with a value equal to or above €1 million into a bank account held by the applicant or the purchase of shar...

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  • Buying in Portugal

    Making the decision to buy a property in Portugal is very exciting, but regardless of whether this is to be a holiday home, an investment or a relocation, it is important that you approach every stage of the process with care. Although the process of buying is relatively straightforward, it includes some important steps that must be carried out carefully. For this reason, it’s recommendable to work with a reputable real estate agent, lawyer and notary.   Preliminary Stages The fiscal number for non-residents - A fiscal number is known in Portugal as Número de Identificação Fiscal (NIF) and it’s also referred to as a Número de Contribuinte. In order to undertake any official process in Portugal, such as buying a property, opening a bank account or even setting up an account with a utility company you will be required to have a fiscal number. Thus, before starting the process of buying a property in Portugal you must acquire a fiscal number. For European residents, applications can be made at any local tax office upo...

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  • Non-Habitual Residency

    The Non-Habitual Resident (NHR) tax regime was designed to encourage entrepreneurs, investors, high net worth individuals and specialised professionals to take up residency in Portugal. In order to qualify as an NHR, one must be physically present in Portugal for more than 183 days in a calendar year; or prove that he/she has a permanent residence in Portugal on December 31st of that particular year. Once an individual obtains NHR status then he or she will benefit from the special Personal Income Tax (PIT) regime for a ten-year period. During this period NHRs are eligible for special income tax rates on Portuguese and foreign-sourced income. The NHR rate of taxation is 20% for both employed and self-employed individuals. The taxation covers income of those working in highly skilled fields such as: Directors, managers & investors Engineers & architects Actors, musicians & fine artists Doctors, dentists & psychiatrists Auditors Teachers   Benefits 20% tax rate on Portuguese-sourced income Zero tax on most foreign-sourced income, includ...

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  • Tamea International Co-Hosts Real Estate Forum for the Ismaili Community in Lisbon

    On the occasion of the visit of His Highness Aga Khan to Lisbon upon the invitation of the Portuguese Government, marking the year-long celebration of his Diamond Jubilee as the head of Shia Ismaili Muslim Community, Tamea International organised a Real Estate Forum for the Ismaili investors. A large number of Ismaili Community members were welcomed to Lisbon between 5th and 11th of July to commemorate the special occasion of Aga Khan's 60 years since he acceded to the office of Ismaili Imamat in 1957. Tamea International, together with the Hercules Fund, co-hosted a Real Estate Forum for the limited number of investors from the Ismaili community in order to present Lisbon as a hot real estate investment destination and to showcase some of the development projects of interest. The event featured presentations of Kamrudin Shams, Chairman of the Shams Group and co-founder of The Hercules Real Estate Fund, and Tariq El-Asad, CEO and General Manager of Tamea International. Presentations included Portugal's real estate market analysis, showcased a selection of the ongoing property develo...

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  • Why Portugal Is A Top Choice For Foreign Investors

    In 2009, Portugal introduced a range of tax benefits for both EU and non-EU citizens, which made obtaining residency quick, easy, and financially lucrative. The aim was to encourage direct foreign investment in Portugal real estate market and help get the economy back on its feet after the Global Financial Crisis. It's worked, and investors are coming from all over the world, with the Chinese the most significant. New residents from the EU/EEA/Switzerland or holders of Portuguese residence permit are eligible for the Non-Habitual Residents Regime (NHR) for the first ten years they are in Portugal. After that, they are subject to Portuguese rates of taxes, which at a top tiered rate of 48%, tend to be lower than elsewhere in Europe. According to Edge International Lawyers, residence means having a habitual residence in Portugal or spending more than 183 days in Portugal over the tax year from January 1 and 31 December. For retirees pensions that may have been taxed in the countries in which they arise, will not suffer tax in Portugal. Many British pensions, for instance, can be pai...

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  • Portugal Property Boom Continues

    Official figures out this week have revealed that property prices across the country have continued remarkable growth, with the Lisbon real estate market showing no signs of slowing down. After figures from Portugal Statistics (INE) revealed that average prices for property in Portugal for sale had climbed once again during the third quarter of 2017, credit rating agency DBRS followed by saying Portugal had recorded the second biggest growth in property prices out of Europe’s top real estate investment locations. According to its latest ‘Illustrative Insight’ report, DBRS said Portugal was among a group of nations which had shown “the most notable improvements” in property prices since the economic slowdown a decade ago. Growth in Portugal real estate market was placed at ten percent, and was only behind that of Ireland, where prices had climbed by 12 percent. However, home owners in Ireland, as in Spain, are still plagued by negative equity. In its report, DBRS said most European housing markets have recently been on an upward trend, supporting a strong recovery from the dramatic...

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  • Portugal Renews Bid to Lure Post-Brexit Investment from UK

    “We take the view that there is great potential of companies that may be interested in expanding their business in Portugal,” Cabral told Lusa News Agency on his arrival in London on Wednesday, where he began his visit with a lunch at Portugal’s embassy with entrepreneurs in the area of near-shoring (outsourcing of processes to a nearby country) and shared services. The minister’s delegation included representatives of four Portuguese companies - GFI Portugal, Novabase GTE, Axians Portugal and SIBS Internacional - as well as a member of the recently created temporary mission set up to attract investment in Portugal by companies keen to retain a foothold in the EU after the UK’s departure. Finance Minister Mário Centeno, and the Secretary of State for Industry João Vasconcelos, have both already visited London this year with the aim of attracting UK companies or multinationals with a presence there. “We’re obviously viewing Brexit like everyone in Europe, with some apprehension and attention, but also looking at the opportunities that might open of companies that, since they want t...

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  • The French Are Getting a Taste for Portuguese Property

    Claude Berda, who sold French broadcaster AB Groupe earlier this year, has joined a growing number of French nationals investing in Portugal real estate market as that country’s economy accelerates and property prices rise. Berda says he began looking into Portuguese real estate after his son Rolland asked him to visit the country two years ago. Since then, he’s bought ten buildings in Lisbon, a resort in the southern Algarve region and 350 hectares of land in Comporta, a beach retreat an hour’s drive from Lisbon. He plans to invest 450 million euros ($490 million) in the purchase and development of these properties before selling them, and he’s seeking bank financing for some projects. “Portugal is definitely my next big project,” Berda said in an interview in Lisbon. “I’ve spent some time with real estate brokers and they’re looking for properties to sell. They don’t have enough product. The market is very good and strong.” Portugal’s property market is generating growing interest from the French, which last year overtook British nationals as the biggest foreign property buyers...

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