Buying Real Estate in Comporta Portugal

Buying Real Estate Comporta Portugal.

Comporta Portugal is an agronomic reserve on the West Coast of Portugal with some of the best beaches in Europe.

Comporta is one hour and fifteen minutes from Lisbon, which enables you to enjoy this incredible place away from the city but still reach there in a short period of time.

Did you know that people who reside in Portugal enjoy three hundred days of sun?

Buying real estate in Comporta includes country estates with luxury villas, beach houses, and the smaller village home.

One of the main reasons that people are investing in real estate in Comporta, is because the market is still quite affordable.

In many instances, property in Comporta is more affordable than most upmarket destinations in western Europe.

Comporta is also very well located with easy access from multiple international routes.

Buy real estate in Comporta

Buying in Comporta is rather easy as there are no restrictions on foreigners buying property here.

Property in Portugal offer substantial returns with an average rate of 12% per year since 2013.

Comporta, Portugal is ideal for retirees or for people who want to set up business as there are many services that are in demand.

Comporta is a quite a safe haven due to low crime rates and its protected location.

It is also very much a family and friendly neighbour environment.

Another factor why investors are buying real estate in Comporta is the favourable tax regime for the buyer.

You don’t need to empty your bank account to purchase a property, you just needs to know the best opportunities at right price.

Pego Beach Comporta

Buying Real Estate in Comporta - Pego Beach

Talking with an experienced real estate agent in Comporta who knows the market well, will enable you to form a strategy based on your investment requirements.

With years of real estate experience in the area, we will help you make an informed decision.

To learn more about buying real estate in Comporta, simply give us a call.

Easter Sunday 2020, Pego Beach, Comporta.

Easter Sunday, 2020. Praia do Pego, Comporta. Thank you for a beautiful morning’s walk with Bob, my 15-year old mongrel and best friend.

Easter Sunday 2020 Praia do Pego, Comporta.

Easter Sunday, 2020.

Let me wish you all a beautiful Easter Sunday 2020, and hope that under the current circumstances, you are able to enjoy some extra special time with your family.

Strange times

The world is upside down, many of us are afraid and extremely uncertain of what the future holds.

We are restricted from leaving our homes and been advised not to socialise with friends or colleagues.

Some of us have lost our jobs whilst others see their businesses collapse.

There’s little or no travel and holidays are currently a thing of the past.

Why do we Celebrate Easter?

According to the New Testament, Jesus Christ was crucified on Good Friday and resurrected on Easter Sunday.

Many believe that the name Easter came from Eostara, the goddess of rebirth.

It’s seems quite Prophetic

The world has stopped, it seems almost dead in comparison to how it was.

Although nobody knows the future, there is hope.

Whatever happens, it seems that in the near future the world will reboot or go through a rebirth.

Thank you, Bob.

Thank You Bob, it was a Beautiful Easter Sunday Morning 2020.

Are we to blame?

According to a report released by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services back in May 2019.

“Humans are having an unprecedented and devastating effect on global biodiversity with about one million animal and plant species now threatened with extinction.”

My Pledge

To reverse the human effect, I will (And do) take into consideration how my actions and deeds affect the world around me.

I will be less selfish and place where possible, the natural world before me.

My actions alone will not be enough to change the world unless you join me.

My Easter Sunday Morning

Although there are restrictions on movement here, I am privileged to reside in what I consider to be paradise.

This morning, Bob and I, (Bob’s my 15-year-old mongrel) took an early stroll on Pego Beach.

The air was fresh, the waves quite gentle and the rising son was slowly but surely pushing away the clouds.

On this beautiful morning, we were, and are very fortunate.

Walking Home from Pego Beach, Carvalhal, Comporta, Portugal.

Happy Easter Sunday 2020;

Let us hope that these difficult times pass quickly and that the lessons we have learned, make for a better world.

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