Move to Portugal The Best Choice You’ll ever MakeWe want to help you move to Portugal. Our service is free for the buyer as our commissions are paid for by the seller atfter the realty has been sold. Either if you’re looking to buy a house in Portugal or looking to sell your realty in Portugal, we are confident you’ll be happy with our unique, and personal service! Get in touch, and let us know how we can help!
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IM Portugal was established in 2017 with a clear aim of filling a gap in the market, there are many real estates agencies but few who make you feel at home like the Portuguese people do, we are a welcoming people and Portugal is its people, we want to help you buy your house in Portugal, and move to our lovely country.HOMEPAGE
a UNIQUE approach
We like to get to know our clients and their ideals, finding a house in Portugal for someone is a special task which we take very seriously, above all we want to see our clients happy and fulfilled, on top of that, our service is free for the buyer as our commission is paid for by the seller only after the realty has been sold.GET IN TOUCH
The Portuguese are gracious and friendly, welcoming all visitors regardless of where they come from. And, in fact, visitors do come here from all over the world, as the country is located on the western coast of Europe and, as such, is a point of entrance into the Schengen zone. A large part of the population speaks foreign languages, specifically English.
Center of the World
Portugal has an excellent geographical location. At the meeting point between three continents – Europe, Africa and America -, it has always been central to the most important international routes. Here you can find international airports all over the country – Lisbon, Faro and Porto have regular connections to major cities in the world.
Did you know that Lisbon is just two and a half hours away from Paris and London by plane? If you want to discover the beauties of Portugal, the country has a modern road network waiting to be explored: it only takes two hours to get from Lisbon to Porto or Faro, the major cities in the north and south of the country. Madrid is just six hours away.
With almost nine centuries of well defined geographical borders, a democratic parliamentary regime with political stability prevails in Portugal. Portugal is a member of the European Union and forms part of the European Monetary System, using the European single currency. It is also the 46th most competitive economy, out of a total of 138 countries according to the 2016-2017 Global Competitiveness Index, produced by the World Economic Forum.
Peaceful and Safe
Portugal is the 3rd most peaceful country in the world among 163 countries (Global Peace Index 2017) and ranks 29th of 176 countries in Transparency International (Corruption Perception Index 2016). In 2016, Lisbon was voted one of the 42 cities in the world with the best quality of life, by the Worldwide Quality of Living Survey 2016. Most foreigners consider the cost of living to be low.
Cost of Living
According to NUMBEO (Cost of Living in Portugal 2018 2015), the price indices are attractive: Portugal is also one of the best countries for buying a house, because it has clear and transparent tax rules and offers facilities for obtaining residence permits, as part of new legal provisions that are more attractive to foreign investors. It also has a special regime for non-habitual residents, aimed at attracting foreign investors through very favourable income tax rates.