The results show that the real estate market in Portugal remains active and continued to flourish even during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The top of the list of the most expensive municipalities to buy or rent a house in Portugal, is the parish of Santo António, in Lisbon, including Avenida da Liberdade and surrounding areas.

Carcavelos and Paredes are the most searched parishes, whether to buy or to rent a house. However, the areas that see more contracts being signed are Queluz and Belas, to buy a house, and Lumiar, to rent a house.

The top 10 of parishes with the highest average price for square metres, are mainly Lisbon parishes. Santo António (€6,539), Misericórdia (€6,204) and Avenidas Novas (€5,676), respectively, occupy the first three places in the ranking.

However, when analysing the total price, Cascais and Estoril are the parishes with the most expensive houses in the country (averaging €1,036,805 euros). They are followed by Almancil (average €894,907), Avenidas Novas (€857,739) and Aldoar-Foz do Douro (€849,032).