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Infante & Riu in the Portuguese Real Estate Roadshow in France


INFANTE & RIU was present at the PORTUGUESE REAL ESTATE ROADSHOW in FRANCE, in the cities of Lyon, Lille and Nantes, from 20th to 22nd September 2016, with an own display, where we promoted more than 650 properties that we have in portfolio and several investment projects with high revenue (buildings to renovate and hotels).

This event, organized by the French-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, had 30 exhibitors from various areas (real estate, banking, insurance, tourism, city halls).

After the success of the Portuguese Real Estate Fair in Paris that took place last May and received about 17,000 visitors in three days, the cities of Lyon, Lille and Nantes were selected for this roadshow not only for its geographical position, which allow to reach several regions of France, but also because they have an average of 30% of the population of retired seniors, a large Portuguese speaking community and several weekly flights to Portugal.

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Portuguese Real Estate Fair in Paris from 20 to 22 May


INFANTE & RIU group, represented by its real estate agency and its brokerage company for real estate projects, will be present at the Portuguese Real Estate Fair in Paris in 2016, which will be held from 20 to 22 May, with an individual stand where we will present more than 600 properties in portfolio and other investment projects with high revenue (buildings to renovate, in co-investment, hotels …) to French investors, more and more attracted to Portugal. Join us at the Stand Nr 58!

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“Golden Visa” set new record on real estate investments in Portugal



The real estate investment volume in Portugal has reached last March 93 million euros, mostly due to the golden visa program with which 168 residence permits have been granted. The first trimester outcome was set on 232 million euros, 43% more than 2015 same period.

 According to Vida Imobiliária, Manuel Reis Campos, president of CPCI (Real Estate and Construction Portuguese Association), «the 1.738 billion euros generated by this program since its inception represents an essential enabling factor for economic growth that goes far beyond the obvious impact on this sector.» Furthermore, «besides the excellent real estate offer, Portugal has a unique cultural and historical legacy, as well as a high level infrastructure network and an incomparable geo-strategic positioning, all factors that cannot be undervalued. Confidence is a key element that must be preserved as it will guarantee international leadership on foreign fund raising.»

 APEMIP (Portuguese association for real estate professionals and companies) foresees 35% to 40% increase on real estate transactions this year as «one in five transactions are from foreign investors» therefore, «Government begins to face this sector as export trade», states Luís Lima, president of the association, to Lusa.

Source: Vida Imobiliária