Life is becoming more and more expensive in Portugal, given the high level inflation it feels. and at the time of to buy a house, location and price are among the most important factors in the decision. The good news is that there are 209 municipalities in Portugal where it is possible to get a new house for less than 100,000 euros, in average terms. But where are these towns located? Find out everything on this map prepared by idealista/news based on the most recent data from the National Institute of Statistics (INE).
The different shades of the map reflect where it is more expensive and cheaper to buy a house in our country. The lighter shades are mainly concentrated inside Portugal, showing the municipalities where there are more affordable homes for sale. It is in Figueira de Castelo Rodrigo, in the district of Guarda, that the median prices of dwellings the lowest in the whole country, costing only 177 euros/m2 in the last 12 months ending in the second quarter of 2022, according to the report card The INE published this Tuesday, October 25. In other words, a 100 m2 house in this municipality can cost a little over 17,000 euros.
Darker tones reflect where it is more expensive to buy a new house. It is especially on the coast of the country that the green darkens, especially in the municipalities of the Algarve and the metropolitan areas of Lisbon and Porto. Unsurprisingly, Lisbon (3,704 euros/m2), Cascais (3,276 euros/m2) and Loulé (2,873 euros/m2) are the most most expensive accommodation of all.
But which ones real estate prices in the rest of the municipalities of the country? get to know how much does it cost to buy a house in all Portuguese municipalities with data available from the national statistics office in this map prepared by idealista/news.
It should be noted that in the analysis of real estate prices practiced in Portuguese municipalities, the INE does not have data for 7 of the 308 municipalities that make up the country: Mesão Frio, Penedono, Vila Nova de Paiva, Barrancos, Corvo, Lajes das Flores and Santa Cruz das Flores.