Before buying a house, there are several aspects to take into consideration. We advise you about the main things to consider when considering a house in Lisbon.
Praça de Espanha, one of the most congested areas in Lisbon, is now the place of the most important ongoing construction work in the municipality. With an expected conclusion date for 2020, the project for Praça de Espanha will include more than 5 hectares of green spaces, more than 600 trees, playgrounds, esplanades, kiosks and sport areas.
The Alta de Lisboa area is getting a brand new life coming its way, with a boom in construction triggering huge changes in the area. The claim is for modernity and functionality, at the same time that is presenting appealing prices for locals, young couples and the middle class.
Belém is one of the most antique neighborhoods in Lisbon, being a mix of antiquity and modernity. It is super rich with things to do and see, being a busy area during the day and quite calm during the night. Let us show you why Belém it’s one of the neighborhoods you can’t miss in Lisbon.
Lisbon has risen to number 1 in Europe’s Emerging Trends in Real Estate for 2019, dethroning cities like London, Paris and Berlin. The report from PwC and the Urban Land Institute refer the city’s quality of life and growing economy to grant the distinction.
The prices of the houses in Portugal have been growing substantially in the last years and that’s no secret for anyone. Now, with the data relating to 2018 coming out, we can say for sure that, besides the prices of the houses, also the number of sales in real estate have increased.
Seen before as one of the most undervalued areas in Lisbon, Marvila started to come alive and is now one of the trendy neighborhoods in the city. Being considered an “in between” zone before (between two of the city’s most popular neighborhoods), Marvila is now been buzzing because of other captivating characteristics.
Lisbon has become one of the most sought-after destinations in the world, being in the “Top 10 Trending Destinations” for 2019, overtaking cities like Paris, Rome, Munich and even Maui, in Hawaii. In this guide, Lisbon is mentioned because of its “shopping, sightseeing, history” and a lot more.
Chiado neighborhood is one of the most exquisite, elegant and bohemian areas in Lisbon. Placed between Príncipe Real and Baixa, here most of the buildings are palaces dating from the 1700’s, sporting beautiful facades, surrounded by stunning plazas and cultural places.
The Baixa district of Lisbon, also called Baixa Pombalina, is considered by many one of the most beautiful and charismatic historic centers of Europe.