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We are looking for a winter let with a view to longer term rental. furnished or unfurnished, min 2 beds, parking for lg van and car. not too far out in the sticks and must have internet.
any one have any leads we,de appreciate them.
My wife also fancies doing a little bit of b%b so if anyone knows of any large suitable premises.
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mark & Angela
 

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Hi
We are looking for a winter let with a view to longer term rental. furnished or unfurnished, min 2 beds, parking for lg van and car. not too far out in the sticks and must have internet.
any one have any leads we,de appreciate them.
My wife also fancies doing a little bit of b%b so if anyone knows of any large suitable premises.
thanks for reading
mark & Angela
Hello

There is a garage in Gois that also has a few rental properties, one is used by a friend of ours who has rented now for nearly 2 years at about 150€ per month.

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Hi
We are looking for a winter let with a view to longer term rental. furnished or unfurnished, min 2 beds, parking for lg van and car. not too far out in the sticks and must have internet.
any one have any leads we,de appreciate them.
My wife also fancies doing a little bit of b%b so if anyone knows of any large suitable premises.
thanks for reading
mark & Angela
Hi, Where you say "fancies doing a bit of B n B" this would make it a business with regulation and tax implications. Have a look at this link for a short explanation of tax involved and it also explains why, even though there are many unused properties, few are offered as long term rentals. There is usually a lot of Portuguese red tape and regulations which seem to be enforced differently in different locations.

DMA - Accounting 4 Portugal - News
 

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Hi Thanks for that. yes we are intending going down the legal path. we used to have a bar in the algarve so we have had some dealings with the joy of accounting in portugal. that said every extra bit of info helps. thanks again
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Hi, Where you say "fancies doing a bit of B n B" this would make it a business with regulation and tax implications. Have a look at this link for a short explanation of tax involved and it also explains why, even though there are many unused properties, few are offered as long term rentals. There is usually a lot of Portuguese red tape and regulations which seem to be enforced differently in different locations.

DMA - Accounting 4 Portugal - News
Just an observation on the above note - some of the information is not correct even for previous years, and the legislation has been changed for the current year
 
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