A Proactive approach to Property. Real Estate in the Algarve with a difference!

Whether you are looking for a wonderful year round climate, a better quality of life with traditional values, lower cost of living, more space, less people and stress, the Algarve can fulfil these aspirations and become a reality.

Trying to find the right property, either as a holiday home, second residence or permanent home can be a time-consuming  and frustrating task.

We are a local licensed agent and would like to share our knowledge and first hand experience with you, identifying suitable properties in a time effective manner, helping you make a Worthy move!

Our property database contains a diverse range of quality properties for sale in Portugal, each one offering something unique for a lifestyle choice.

We also provide a dedicated, tailor made property sourcing service.


 €395,000 Estoi 4 Bed 3 Bath  €495,000 Loule 6 Bed 6 Bath  €370,000 Santa Barbara de Nexe


Golden Visas
It is now possible for non EU citizens and their families to obtain residency in Portugal if they invest at least  €500,000 in a property. Take advantage of this now! For full information click here

Tax Free Residence for Expat Pensioners and Others
For new residents to Portugal there is now a flat rate of tax or exemption available.
This is aimed at people in high value activities, high net worth and those who want to retire in the sun!  Act now! For further information
click here

Buying Guide – Property in Portugal

Portugal is famed for its beauty - sandy beaches in rocky coves, rolling hills and vineyards, picturesque villages, mountains full of wild life- its well priced gastronomy and serious attitude to business providing an efficient, modern economy.

Portuguese people are getting things done. The Government repaid IMF debts early (May 2015) as the economy starts its recovery and, recognising the importance of  tourism and property, it has been dynamic in encouraging overseas buyers with tax benefits, "golden visas" and protection against Spanish-style overdevelopment.

Britain and Portugal have enjoyed a long friendship since signing the Treaty of Windsor in 1386; the longest official alliance in the world and is still in effect. Around 30,000 Britons live in Portugal (a similar number of Portuguese live in the UK) while many more of us enjoy summer holidays, off-season golf breaks or equestrian holidays on the most popular Algarve, Alentejo and Silver Coasts, or weekends in the friendly, historic capital city of Lisbon.

Portugal’s upmarket resorts include Vale do Lobo in the Algarve or Quintas de Obidos, on the SilverCoast (where Captain Mark Phillips recently owned). There are plenty of reasonably priced homes too, averaging €1,400 per square metre nationally. Two-bedroom Algarve apartments or houses away from the resorts start at around €120,000.

The latest RICS survey (March 2015) says that Portuguese prices have started a "“gentle recovery… with sustained rises in enquiries and sales volumes strengthening expectations of future price growth."  

There are 2 stages in the buying process. The 1st is the promissory contract, between the buyer and the seller, where the terms of the purchase are agreed and the date for the deed/final contract set. A deposit of 10-25% of the purchase price is normally paid at this time.

The lawyer will then do searches and check all the paperwork is in order. Once this is done the escritura/deed can take place, signed in front of a local notary
, where ownership is then transferred to the buyer. The contract is then sent to the land registry to update their records with the new owner.