Pre-movers and people who have recently moved, listen up! In this article, you’ll receive insights and tips for a smooth start and joyful life in Portugal.
There are many reasons people make the move to a foreign country. Whether they choose to stay full-time or part-time, they are motivated to pack things up and make a new start. Having worked with internationals living abroad for over two decades, I’ve seen people make the move because they want to have a new experience, break with the old or – not so common but still valid – they feel a pull.
Here our Chamber members Blevins Franks (www.blevinsfranks.com) explain more
Zoe Dare Hall from The Times reports on where to buy property on the Portuguese islands of the Azores
With the entry in force of the Withdrawal Agreement on 01 February 2020, the EU legislation in matter of the free movement of EU citizens is still applicable during a transitional period (until December 31st 2020).
The Sun newspaper reports on the latest survey of 2,000 adults who are working from home - or from a temporary new home, like Portugal.
The Algarve Daily News recently reported on the uplifting story of Portuguese woman Carla Fowler (nee Magalhães Oliveira), who, together with her British husband Simon and their cat Dobby, has just made landfall in Vilamoura, - the very port they departed from 2.5 years ago - after sailing 22,000 nautical miles and visiting 45 countries around the world.
Here he explains how Covid-19 might affect national house prices.