A real estate agent in Portugal has been charged with fraudulently buying property from a woman for £15,000 a year to cover the cost of her child.
In June, police in Portugal arrested the agent, Pedro Nuno, for allegedly buying a villa in the city of Alvalade for the woman’s son in 2013.
After the agent sold the property to his son, Nuno bought another villa for a further £15.5, police said.
He is now facing a charge of fraudulence, the police said in a statement on Tuesday.
The police added that they have received a “substantial amount of information” from the woman, who is a Romanian citizen.
Nuno’s attorney, Sergio Martins, did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Tuesday evening.
A spokesperson for Portugal’s National Directorate of Investigations told Reuters the investigation is ongoing and no arrests have been made.
Real estate analysts are looking for answers to a question that has haunted the future of U.S. real estate since the Trump family purchased the New York City skyscraper and condo properties in 1998.
As the U.K. prepares to leave the European Union, analysts are scrambling to find out what happens to the real estate that has been an important source of revenue for the Trump Organization.
How much will it cost to keep it afloat?
Will the Trump name be stamped on the property?
Will a new developer come in and fill the void?
Can the realtors and the investors keep up with the growth?
The answers are still up in the air.
The answer is going to be a lot.
The real estate crisis is unfolding in every way imaginable.
There are fewer buyers for Trump-branded properties than there used to be, and the market is still struggling to get out of the financial trough it is in.
In the U, there is a shortage of housing units to buy, and in Florida, there are even fewer apartments to buy.
Trump properties have fallen on hard times as they have struggled to compete with new construction.
Many are starting to realize the futility of buying Trump-owned properties and are looking elsewhere for a place to buy a new one.
The Trump brand is synonymous with luxury.
In fact, many are buying a new Trump property and are putting their money into a brand-new, higher-end condo or house.
That means they are not investing in the future.
Instead, they are buying the future now, with no future in sight.
The end result is a financial disaster for everyone who owns property in the U., including the realtor and the investor.
One of the biggest issues facing the real-estate market is the rise in demand for luxury apartments.
As more and more of the country moves to the suburbs, the demand for more luxury apartments is outpacing supply, creating a real estate bubble that will ultimately consume the market.
This means the realty bubble will burst sooner than many realize.
Real estate analysts say the housing shortage will continue to grow until the housing market is at full capacity.
The housing crisis will continue until the demand collapses and demand for properties in the most expensive areas of the city collapses.
That’s why some realtores are now warning that they may not be able to find a buyer for their properties in a few years.
In an article published in the real newsmagazine, Real Estate Weekly, one of the top-ranked realtresses in the industry, Lisa Bittner, wrote that the market will soon hit a wall and that her company, which operates over 1,300 properties, will no longer be able find buyers for its properties in their best areas.
Bittners website said that the demand is “in flux” and that demand will “explode” in a couple of years, with the “cost of living” going up.
This will mean that many properties will need to be sold.
This is what Bittsors warning sounds like.
As the housing crisis unfolds, the number of apartments in the United States is expected to increase, even though most of them are in low- to moderate-income areas.
In addition, many people are getting out of their homes, leaving empty houses and cars.
Trump has been very clear about the fact that he will not be buying his properties for the money that they are worth.
He told The New York Times in January that the Trump organization has “never” sold a property at auction, and he has said he wants to sell his properties “at the right price.”
He is not alone.
If there is one thing that Trump has said in recent months, it is that he wants his properties to go to his sons.
If the Trump companies real estate empire is going down the tubes, the sons are going to have to pay the bills.
That has led to a debate among realtorers about whether Trump is going too far in pushing for his sons to pay for the properties, or if his sons are being too generous with their own money.
What will happen if Trump loses his Trump Organization?
If the Trump businesses fails, then the real business will go to the U.-S.
Treasury, which will be obligated to pay all debts incurred by the Trump entities and for the purchase price.
That’s because of the way that the U-S.
government sets interest rates.
When Trump loses the Trump properties, the U of S is not responsible for the value of the real property.
It will be the U Government, which is responsible for making sure that the value is properly paid.
This will happen as the real economy continues to stagnate, as the UG does not have the cash to fund its debts.
When the real markets collapse, the government will not have a dime of the proceeds.
The only way to make sure that U. S. real assets are