Drawn to Portugal and the promising real estate market in Lisbon,  Bumper Investments created the subsidiary Bumper Portugal in 2016.

Seated in the heart of Lisbon, Bumper Portugal aims to pursue attractive investment opportunities in and around this dynamic European metropolis.

Our experience and local contacts have provided us with the opportunity to partner with real estate and asset management firms.

By collaborating with our Portuguese network, Bumper Portugal can act efficiently in finding competitively priced products for maximized returns.

We prioritize buying intelligently, a process which allows us to restore and/or rehabilitate run-down buildings at a reduced investment risk. We benefit from the expertise and experience of our local partners to assist us in both the renovation process and generating market-adapted resale pricing. This ensures that each project is completed in a timely, mutually beneficial manner.

Our aim is to partake in new projects and provide new investment opportunities to co-investors who seek to discover the evolving Lisboan real estate market.

This enticing capital has captured our attention not only because of the investing incentives but also :

For investors: 

  • the high and increasing demand for apartments by foreigners
  • the low construction costs 
  • the low transaction costs
  • the favorable XXXX regeneration and reconstruction of the city

 

 

 

 

 

 

For residents:

  • the remarkable quality of life
  • the fiscal benefits for foreigners (especially French people: non-habitual residents)
  • tax advantages
  • the investment residency programs (golden visas )
  • the price for value of prime real estate (undervalued relative to other European capitals)
  • the security
  •  the historical beauty of the city / cultural richness
  • the ease and low cost of living
  • high rental yield
  • the pleasant climate (350 days of sun per year) 
  • the proximity to the beach (Cascais and Estoril/Algarve)
  • the proximity to France and all other European countries