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Residencial property prices in the last quarter of 2018

Porto experienced the highest growth

House prices in AM Lisboa rose more than 10% last year, in spite of the fact that there’s now a trend to soften the growth in Lisbon, Cascais and Oeiras. This has been concluded by Confidencial Imobiliário, which has announced the results of residencial property prices in the last quarter of 2018. This follows up the evolution of real estate sales in Portugal that not only controls 278 cities but also determines national household results. The country total has registered a growth of 15,6% year-on-year on house selling in September. In 90 councils (about one third), growth was kept above 10% in the trimester and, of these, about 20 have shown a higher enhancement compared to the national average.
In the metropolitan area of Porto (AM Porto) there has been a cross sectional reinforcement, which allows it to be ranked between 13% and 29%. Porto, that  for the last two years has had a  rhythm of interest quite below Lisbon, has reached the trimester in the position of the Portuguese market where prices mostly grow (28,8%, year-on-year).

 

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