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16 June 2018
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Spring 2018 – a bumper property market and a time for expansion at So Portugal

by Advertiser, in Profiles · 31-05-2018 14:15:00 · 0 Comments

It doesn’t seem as though it was just four months since I wrote our last article reflecting on 2017 at So Portugal. There is a lot to share so I’d better get on!
We are all very excited about the opening of our new office in the heart of Alvor. The office is being opened by Toni who was born in France to Portuguese parents and lived there for many years. He is therefore extremely well placed to help our French buyers relocate to their dream home in the Algarve.

Spring 2018 – a bumper property market and a time for expansion at So Portugal

We do get enquiries about many parts of the Algarve so it makes sense for us to have a base closer to some of our vendors in the Western Algarve, an area which is increasingly popular with buyers from all over Europe, not least French and French-speaking expats.
Although we are growing So Portugal’s mission remains the same; to help overseas buyers settle into a new environment where many customs and laws might be quite different to home. Happy clients means more recommendations and therefore more buyers for the properties we are selling, helping us to give the maximum market exposure for our vendors.
Turning to the market in general, we started 2018 in a very optimistic frame of mind and so far our optimism has been more than justified. Demand is rising and along with increasing numbers of buyers we are seeing increasing prices. There is a shortage of quality property on the market just now, reflecting the fact that there was not such a huge rush to build here as in Spain during the boom years.
We are now in the midst of our first busy selling spell of the year (the second comes with the departure of our Summer visitors) so if you are thinking of selling in 2018 there couldn’t be a better time to contact us than now. Give me a call anytime and I will explain how we work and why you should be speaking to us.

For further information,  email Keith Wileman at: keith@so-portugal.com or Tel: (+351) 936862202

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Edition 1479
16 June 2018
Edition: 1479

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