Buying a Property: Portugal
Cadogan's innovative new series gives all the practical information necessary to buy
a home overseas. Whether readers are looking for an apartment or a retirement haven,
a holiday home or a permanent relocation place, these guides offer all the latest
information on buying property. They cover all the regions that are popular with
home-buyers and provide in-depth information on what to expect from each area: its climate,
economy, facilities, and even levels of English-speaking among the local population.
Buying a Property offers advice on every step of the moving process--from
organizing visas and dealing with immigration and customs to negotiating
with estate agents; arranging and interpreting surveys and drawing up contracts; restoring
property; and finding reputable rental agencies. In addition, this guide features anecdotes
and case studies that provide insights into the realities of settling in to the Portuguese
environment and getting used to its culture and pace of life.
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