The most recently idealist report It shows that the prices of houses for rent in Portugal increased by 2.6% in the second quarter of the year compared to the previous quarter, costing an average of 11.3 euros per square meter (euros/m2).
Analysis to district capitals is to observe that the lease price in the second quarter rose in almost all possibilities, with Leiria (10.9%) leading the list. Followed by Viseu (7.6%), Funchal (7%), Aveiro (6.1%), Lisbon (4.8%), Santarém (4.7%), Porto (4.1%), Braga (3%), Faro (2.9%) and Setúbal (0.7%). On the other hand, prices fell in Coimbra (7.7%) and Viana do Castelo (-0.7%).
Lisbon continues to be the city where it is most expensive to rent a house: 14.5 euros/m2, according to research. Porto (11.4 euros/m2) and Funchal (10.4 euros/m2) follow. Faro (9.1 euros/m2), Setúbal (8.6 euros/m2), Aveiro (8.4 euros/m2) and Coimbra (7.3 euros/m2) are also in the ranking of the highest prices.
On the other hand, the most economical cities are Viseu (5.6 euros/m2), Santarém (5.8 euros/m2), Viana do Castelo (6.1 euros/m2), Leiria (6.6 euros/m2) and Braga (6 .7 euros/m2), refers to the Idealist.
If the analysis was restrictive to districts/islands, it can be seen that the prices of houses to buy only dropped in Vila Real (-7.1%), Coimbra (-6.4%) and Viana do Castelo (-1.2%). On the other hand, they rose in Faro (14.1%), Santarém (10.3%), Madeira Island (10.1%) and Leiria (9.8%).
The ranking of expensive to rent a house is more by Lisbon (13.6 euros/m2), followed by Faro (11.6 euros/m2) and Madeira Island (10.4 euros/m2). Next are Porto (10.1 euros/m2), Setúbal (9.3 euros/m2), Leiria (7.2 euros/m2), Aveiro (7 euros/m2), Coimbra (7 euros/m2), Viana do Castelo (6.7 euros/m2) and Braga 6.7 euros/m2).
The cheapest pricesadvances the Idealist, are located in Vila Real (4.3 euros/m2), Viseu (5.1 euros/m2), Castelo Branco (5.6 euros/m2) and Santarém (5.9 euros/m2).
Finally, analyzing the different portuguese regions, check the prices of houses to buy go up in all, with the exception of the Autonomous Region of the Azores (-6.4%) and the North (-1.4%). Leading the rise is the Algarve (14.1%), followed by the Autonomous Region of Madeira (10.1%) and Alentejo (8.9%). The Lisbon Metropolitan Area (3.4%) and the Center (1.1%) follow.
The Lisbon Metropolitan Area, at 13.2 euros/m2, continues to be the most expensive regionfollowed by the Algarve (11.6 euros/m2), the Autonomous Region of Madeira (10.4 euros/m2) and the North (9.3 euros/m2). On the opposite side are the Center (6.6 euros/m2), the Autonomous Region of the Azores (6.7 euros/m2) and Alentejo (8.1 euros/m2) which are the cheapest regions.