Opportunities and challenges in the real estate sector for 2024

Opportunities and challenges in the real estate sector for 2024

“The year 2023 was clearly better than what was expected”, says António Ramalho, chairman of Touro Capital Partners

“I would like there to be a capacity for public investment in housing, mobilizing public properties that already exist”, says Catarina Martins, commentator for SIC Notícias

“One of the changes that is taking place, which I think is quite positive, is a greater demand for houses outside the big city centers”, points out Diogo Louro, administrator of BPI

“I don’t think house prices will go down”, says Luís Ribeiro, administrator of Novo Banco

“With five or six ministries intervening in the field of housing, if these ministers – month by month – don’t sit at the table and don’t have a prime minister guiding, coordinating and deciding, obviously it’s up to everyone to do their own thing. and this won’t work”, concludes Luís Marques Mendes, commentator SIC Notícias

“I think that the biggest challenge that Portugal has is to increase supply in all segments”, considers Miguel Belo de Carvalho, administrator of Santander Portugal

“What we need is to start acting in a much more proactive way, both in the public and private sectors, to speed up the construction of houses”, says Miguel Morgado, commentator for SIC Notícias

“From the middle of last year the number of transactions began to increase, but it is a market that, due to having little supply, ends up being very overheated”, explains Pedro Siza Vieira, partner at PLMJ

“At this point, I think the challenge is to be able to realize the great potential for construction”, believes Ricardo Guimarães, director of Confidencial Imobiliário

“In our buyer’s profile, the average age is naturally increasing”, says Ricardo Sousa, CEO of Century 21


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