Posted by: Carlos Tome & filed under Buying Property in Portugal.

When buying a new property, in addition to the price negotiated with the seller and taxes (Real Estate Transfer Tax [IMT] and Stamp Duty), you will have to pay some additional costs involving the warranty deed, notary public and registries.


If you are taking out a loan, you may be charged for your credit application and the property assessment.


Regardless of the type of financing you choose, the process of buying property involves the following fees, according to the case in question:

Promissory agreement


This post is also available in: Português Deutsch Français