Portugal Real estate investments are also subject to the following taxes:
Yes, rental income in Portugal is taxed at 28%.
The new Portugal Golden Visa rules came into effect on January 1st 2022. It is now NO longer possible to purchase residential property in Porto or Lisbon and apply for the Portuguese Golden Visa. However, commercial property investments in both cities remain Golden Visa eligible.
Investors must maintain their investment until they acquire permanent residency or citizenship. Investors who spend 1 week per year in Portugal for 5 years and achieve a basic level of A2 Portuguese are then eligible to apply for citizenship in Portugal.
Yes, you can make an investment into pre-constructed or pre-refurbished property and apply for the Portugal Golden Visa immediately, so long as you meet the minimum investment requirements.
Yes, so long as the total value of the investment exceeds the minimum requirement it does not matter how many different properties you invest in.
Only if the funds are financed by a bank outside of Portugal.
Investments can be made through a Portuguese Limited Liability Company incorporated by the investor.