Buying real estate in Portugal: before you borrow
Buying a house in Portugal or elsewhere is always an important moment in a family’s life but it is also a time for reflection and concern. On this page, you will find 5 things you should know before borrowing to buy a property in Portugal that may help you make the right choices.
Visits for the purchase of real estate: attention to details
Buying a property in Portugal is a big project. Be careful with these few details to which it is better to pay attention during your visits. This is a non-exhaustive list that you may have already thought of, but in Portugal, if you retract after signing, you lose your deposit equivalent to about 12% of the price of the property. So we have to be very careful.
Dental insurance in Portugal
In addition to being unpleasant, the dentist is an often unexpected expense that must be made up in the family’s budget. But not taking care of your teeth can have many much more serious consequences and that is why you will find here some information about the cost, operation and choice of dental insurance in Portugal.
Create a company in Portugal
Below you will find the different stages of business creation in Portugal. All speakers and documents to be signed are in Portuguese. It is therefore strongly recommended that you be accompanied by a French-speaking accountant who can accompany you and who will attest that he or she has acted as a translator and has made sure that you have understood all the information provided.
Legal status of companies in Portugal
There are different company statuses in Portugal. Some can be created in a simple way by a single representative and others in a more complex way by different representatives. Find here the different legal statuses of companies in Portugal and information on the most important ones.
Real estate purchase in Portugal
A seaside garden with mild temperatures all year round, unforgettable natural landscapes, unique historical monuments, irresistible cuisine, warm and hospitable people, security and good real estate opportunities are Portugal’s calling card for foreign investors.