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Portugal and Lisbon is attracting many investors

Lisbon is the capital and the largest city of Portugal with a population of a little more than 500,000, it is the heart of a much larger metropolitan area with a population of around 2.8 million. The city’s residential market has mainly recovered from the global financial crisis. Sales volume in 2016 was up 15 % over the previous year, putting the market back on par with its pre-crisis ...


  The global real estate crisis hit Spain in near the beginning of  2007. In Barcelona, home prices pushed by as much as 40 % and sales didn’t pick up until 2014. From 2014, there were a lot of international and instit...


  After a slow period,in which the market had been depressed, Montreal real estate returned in 2016. Low interest rates, a shift in local politics and an increase in consumer confidence have helped to improve the market. In addition, Montr...

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