According to research data from the Idealista portal, Setúbal is the city that strives the most: 41% of the average household income is required to pay rent. Bragança has the lowest work rate at 18%
A study by the Idealista portal showed that the effort rate of households in Portugal to pay rent can be as high as 41%, which shows that in eight cities, income exceeds one-third of income.
This study compares the rental prices in March this year with the estimated value of household net income that month, and concludes that in Setúbal (41%), Faro (39%) and Evora (38%) And Lisbon (36%) is a city that requires a higher percentage of household income to pay rent. Followed by Beja and Vila Real, their effort efficiency is 34%.
In Bragança (Bragança), it represents 18%. In this city, Portalegre (21%), Leiria (21%) and Viana do Castelo (23%) have smaller rental burdens.
At the limit of the recommended rental effort rate, which is one-third of income, it is the cities of Castelo Branco (32%), Porto (31%), Santarém (30%), Aveiro and Viseu, among which 29 cities Percentage of workload in the two cities. The workload of the residents of Coimbra was 28%, with Ponta Delgada and Guarda (26% in both cities), followed by Funchal (25%). ) And Braga (24%).