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Central Portugal propertyProperty Shop Portugal is a real estate company based in Central Portugal. We have over 20 years experience of the property market and have offices in Miranda do Corvo and Ansiao. Our carefully selected portfolio of properties includes new-build, renovation projects, land, farms, holiday homes, building plots and apartments.

BeverywhereBreathtaking volcanic landscapes, golden beaches and guaranteed year round-sunshine, plus bargain properties and strong investment potential - the Canary Islands have it all.

Long-established as a holiday destination, the Canary Islands have always been popular with Brits looking for a holiday with guaranteed sun. And with average year-round temperatures of 22 degrees and a cool Atlantic breeze tempering the excessive July and August heat - a four-hour flight away from the UK - it’s not hard to see the attraction.

Buying a property abroadWhen purchasing a property abroad there are a number of factors you need to consider. In some ways the easy part is choosing the right property!

Once you have decided to buy your ideal property there are a number of other decisions to consider. At B&P we try to offer you a complete service and make this process as easy and as stress free as possible. To do this we work with a number of partners that all understand the B&P philosophy of keeping it straight and easy.

Vilamoura FREE Car Park closedThe center and largest of the 3 car parks by MacDonald's was suddenly sealed off without warning. Rumours abound as to what is happening... from a paid car park to a shopping complex. Interestingly the mandatory information board required in Portugal showing the license number for any construction project and the duration etc. are no where to be seen.

House pricesProperties definitely appear to be selling at the faster rate we have seen since before the crash in 2008, so does that mean the price of real estate in the Algarve will start to go up as well?

I'm afraid that I don’t think so, but what we have seen over the last few years is two things; firstly we saw prices drop from unrealistic levels to levels that are more achievable and sustainable.