Central Lisbon is a real estate company started in the year 2000. We seek to apply a standard of professionalism and quality, which results in the satisfaction and loyalty of our customers.
Our customers have at their disposal more than 20 professionals, with specific training in real estate, having at their disposal the necessary tools, to help in the investment decision that customers intend to accomplish.
Located near Marquês de Pombal, in the Central Business District of Lisbon CBD.
We have investment solutions in different market segments, with different levels of profitability according to the characteristics of each client and the protection of the desired capital.
We always consider that the price of the property is in accordance with market values
Central Lisbon has developed a large part of its activity, especially since 2013, with a foreign clientele, under the "Golden Visa" and "non-habitual residents".
Since 2013 Central Lisbon has participated in 13 trade fairs in China – Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen – as well as several Road Trips in other cities in China, namely, Haohote, Macau, Hong Kong, among others.
From this activity we help more than 100 customers in the purchase of real estate and obtaining Golden Visa status.
All customers, backed by us, had 100% success in their claims.
We also started participating in other real estate fairs and Road Trips in Azerbaijan, Dubai, USA, and now we are also heading to Brazil.
Currently we have participated in events of real estate investors located in Portugal with great exposure abroad.
The Central Real Estate, faced with the growing difficulty of the Portuguese families in the access to the housing market, determined by the current economic and financial Conjuncture, has a partnership with a property bag for rent, with incomes lower than Market, as well as the conditions for applications.
The property is intended for permanent housing, preferably to households with medium income that do not meet conditions or manifest difficulties in accessing the free market of housing and complying with the criteria set out in the regulation.
Rents applicable to leased properties under the program aim to reflect lower monthly income values by up to 30%, in relation to the values normally practiced in the free market.
In short, the Social leasing market is aimed at social classes that, presenting incomes higher than those that allow the allocation of a social housing, do not present, however, financial capacity to rent a property on a free market. Representing a triple benefit: