How can you find a good real estate agent in Lagos, Portimao, Albufeira, Vilamoura, Faro or Tavira, to name a few of the cities that occupy this marvelous coastline? We can help you, whether you’re planning to buy or sell your property.
You must look for a real estate agent with an international profile, because the majority of transactions involve foreigners. Indeed, Algarve is even more popular than Lisbon for international investors, gathering over 40% of transactions by non-residents.
So, you need an estate agent who speaks several languages, and has a strong experience dealing with foreign buyers.
Our offices in Portugal employ around 20 estate agents managing the sales of homes in some of Portugal’s most attractive areas. Buying and selling residential property in Portugal can differ from how things are done in your country, but with our know-how we’ll guide you through the process. All our estate agents speak both English and Portuguese, so you’ll feel at ease. We aim to provide you with the best experience when buying or selling residential property.
You can drive from Sagres (west of Lagos) to Monte Gordo (east of Tavira) in 1 hour and 40 minutes. Despite the small distances, Algarve’s towns are different.
Depending on what matters for you, your agent must be able to recommend the best places to live in. For example, Tavira, Silves, Loulé, are good options if you’re looking for tranquility, while Lagos, Albufeira, Portimao are more dynamic.
If you have children, then Lagos might be a good pick because there are several international schools in the area.
We have offices in three locations across the Algarve: Lagos, Vilamoura, and Tavira, hence covering the entire southern coast of Portugal. If you’re curious about Albufeira, Portimao, Faro, Silves, Olhao, Carvoeiro, Ferragudo, Porches, Alvor, get in touch with our team to help you know more about these places, and help you decide where to live. In the meantime, let’s talk a bit more about Lagos, Vilamoura and Tavira.
Thinking of buying or selling a residential property? Or perhaps you’re just interested and want to find out more? You’re always welcome to contact us.