Apartments In Lisbon
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Over the last few years, the Portuguese capital has transformed itself from down-at-heel to vibrant. In a city where high youth unemployment made itself painfully felt in the aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), Lisbon has undergone a renaissance. Almost every street appears to have a building covered in scaffolding as home owners and businesses renovate historic properties, encouraged by government grants. A dynamic startup scene is also starting to flourish.
While Portugal has long been a popular place to live with foreign investors, particularly retirees, Portugal’s tax reforms in 2009 have put the icing on the cake. And more and more of those foreign investors are heading to Lisbon, where property prices rose by 4.9% in the year to November 2017, according to Global Property Guide.