<p class = "canvas-atom-canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "On the front page of a Portuguese magazine, the rich French buyers who are constantly increasing, are called "sharks". They are accused of flaming real estate prices."data-reactid =" 22 ">On the front page of a Portuguese magazine, the rich French buyers who are constantly increasing, are called "sharks". They are accused of flaming real estate prices.

After the Parisians responsible for the soaring prices in Bordeaux – which have since slowed down – here are the French accused of the same evil in Portugal. This week, a Portuguese magazine, Visão, title: "The French millionaires who are redeeming Portugal". On its one, relayed by Courrier International, we see ten blue-white-red flags hoisted on the roofs of houses in Lisbon where the weekly is published. "They offer millions for residential towers, condominiums and buildings to rehabilitate. In a few years, they have revolutionized the national real estate market, which continues to grow, "says the Portuguese magazine.

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He is the co-founder of the French audiovisual group Groupe AB (Mediawan Thematics since October 11, 2018), Claude Berda, who opened the 24-page dossier Visão dedicated to the subject. The 72-year-old Franco-Swiss has just bought, for more than 158 million euros, a farmland of 12,500 hectares, south of Lisbon, which belonged to the dynasty of Portuguese bankers, Espirito Santo, which went bankrupt in 2014 .

<p class = "canvas-atom-canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "We learn that the French, qualified by the magazine "sharks", buy an average of 29 houses a day Since 2016, they are the first foreign buyers in Portugal (29% of acquisitions made by foreigners), ahead of the Brazilians (19%) and the English (11%), according to the association of real estate agents in Portugal. "These are mostly retirees (80% of the expatriate quota of the Hexagon), explains Cécile Goncalves, director of the agency House in Portugal. French have good purchasing power in Portugal. "The Portuguese minimum wage is more than two (…) Read more on Figaro.fr

"data-reactid =" 26 "> We learn that the French, qualified by the magazine" sharks ", buy an average of 29 houses per day Since 2016, they are the first foreign buyers in Portugal (29% of acquisitions by foreigners), in front of the Brazilians (19%) and the English (11%), according to the association of the real estate agents of Portugal. "They are mainly retirees (80% of the expatriate quota of the Hexagon), explains Cécile Goncalves, director of Maison Portugal, even with a small pension, the French have good purchasing power in Portugal. "The Portuguese minimum wage is more than two (…) Read more on Figaro.fr

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The French, fans n ° 1 of Portuguese real estate
The taste of the French for Portuguese real estate explained in 4 figures
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The French, fans n ° 1 of Portuguese real estate
The taste of the French for Portuguese real estate explained in 4 figures