7.6% increase in house prices

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The third quarter revealed a 7.6% increase in house prices in Portugal compared to the same period of 2020.

Data from Imovirtual revealed that the average property value, which in the third quarter stood at € 368,441, rose another 1.4% from the second quarter of this year.

Lisbon (€ 591,072), Faro (€ 485,065) and Madeira (€ 369,579) turned out to be the most expensive neighborhoods in the neighborhood analyzed by the real estate portal.

Real estate sales

The average property value in Portugal currently stands at € 368,441, which is around € 25,900 more than the same period in 2020. Compared to the second quarter of this year (average price of € 363,475), it There was also an increase of +1.4 percent.

The report found that all districts analyzed show an average price increase in the third quarter of 2021 compared to the second quarter. Lisbon (€ 591,072), Faro (€ 485,065) and Madeira (€ 369,579) are the most expensive regions, while Guarda (€ 113,304), Castelo Branco (€ 124,717) and Portalegre (€ 129,543) are the cheapest.

The most significant increases compared to the second semester were recorded in Portalegre, with an average value of € 129,543 (+ 7.3%); Vila Real, with an average value of € 191,057 (+ 6.8%); Madeira, with an average value of € 369,579 (+ 5.7%) and Setúbal, with an average value of € 306,522 (+ 5.2%).

The districts with the highest increase in the average selling price in the third quarter of this year compared to the same period in 2020 are Évora (+ 29.3%), with an average price of € 258,395, Madeira (+17, 9%) and Portalegre. (+12.4 percent).

Rental properties

Regarding leasing, the average price increased slightly by + 0.6%, which went from € 996 in the second half to € 1,002 in the third quarter. However, compared to the third quarter of last year, when the average rental price was € 1,054, there was a decrease of -4.9%.

The most expensive areas to rent in Portugal in the third quarter were Lisbon (€ 1,263), Porto (€ 947), Madeira (€ 874), Faro (€ 826) and Setúbal (€ 761), while in other At the end of the scale, Castelo Branco (€ 399), Bragança (€ 401) and Portalegre (€ 421) were the cheapest.

Beja (+ 16.2%), Vila Real (+ 15.8%) and Portalegre (+ 15.3%) were the areas with the largest increase in rental prices announced in the third quarter compared to the second quarter, recording respectively the values ​​of 496 €, 513 € and 421 €.


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