House prices

Everything (but really everything) about the evolution of property prices in Portugal

José Cabral
Aerial view over the historical center of Paço de Arcos and the Tagus Estuary.

By Carlos Caetano.

Table 1.1 – Evolution of median value per sq. m. of residential property transactions by municipality in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area, between Q1 2018 and Q1 2020.

Source: Statistics Portugal.

Table 1.2 – Evolution of median value per sq. m. of residential property transactions by municipality in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area, between Q1 2020 and Q1 2022.
Aerial image over Marquês de Pombal Square, the most central point of the city of Lisbon.

By Sebastio.

Table 2.1 – Evolution of median value per sq. m. of residential property transactions by parish in Lisbon city center, between Q1 2018 and Q1 2020.
Table 2.2 – Evolution of median value per sq. m. of residential property transactions by parish in Lisbon city center, between Q1 2020 and Q1 2022.
Area view over the city of Porto.

By trabantos.

Table 3.2 – Evolution of median value per sq. m. of residential property transactions by municipality in the Oporto Metropolitan Area, between Q1 2018 and Q1 2020.

Source: Statistics Portugal.

Table 3.2 – Evolution of median value per sq. m. of residential property transactions by municipality in the Oporto Metropolitan Area, between Q1 2020 and Q1 2022.

Source: Statistics Portugal.

Largo dos Lóios, Porto's historic city center.

By Rh2010.

Table 4.1 – Evolution of median value per sq. m. of residential property transactions by municipality in the Oporto Metropolitan Area, between Q1 2018 and Q1 2020.

Source: Statistics Portugal.

Table 4.2 – Evolution of median value per sq. m. of residential property transactions by municipality in the Oporto Metropolitan Area, between Q1 2020 and Q1 2022.

Source: Statistics Portugal.

Aerial cityscape of Ferragudo by Arade River, in Algarve.

By malajscy.

Table 5.1 – Evolution of median value per sq. m. of residential property transactions by municipality of the district capitals and the regional governments of Azores and Madeira capitals, between Q1 2018 and Q1 2020.

Source: Statistics Portugal.

Table 5.2 – Evolution of median value per sq. m. of residential property transactions by municipality of the district capitals and the regional governments of Azores and Madeira capitals, between Q1 2020 and Q1 2022.

Source: Statistics Portugal.

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