As the state of Ceará and Northeast Brazil start to emerge from lockdown, analysts take a look at the prospects for the Fortaleza property market. They forecast a strong rest of the year on the back of high demand and the chronic shortage of homes. The lowest interest rates ever will also contribute to a busy market.
Find out why the surge in Brazilian real estate sales at the end of 2018 means that market analysts are “very optimistic” about the market in 2019.
Two national property indices reveal that in 2018 Fortaleza property performed the best in the country. Discover the property market forecast for 2019.
After a strong August, Fortaleza property market looks set for a busy autumn with favourable mortgage conditions and falling supply. Find out why.
Professionals snap up property in Fortaleza, dominating the market. Low interest rates and high consumer confidence point to a good start to 2018
The Fortaleza property market is currently riding a wave. The city registered the second highest price rise in Brazil during Q2 and experienced an excellent month of June.
The Fortaleza property market proved to be booming at the 3-day Caixa Fair held in the city at the end of June. The event attracted over 15,500 visitors and more than 4,000 contracts were signed for the purchase of property in Fortaleza.
The Ceará property market is moving from strength to strength. Not only has the sector matured and grown stronger, sales of new builds are reportedly brisk. As this latest BRIC Group news piece reports, property in Ceará is moving in the opposite direction to the rest of Brazil.
Fortaleza holiday lets feature in the top ten fastest-growing districts in Airbnb’s latest travel trends report. Ranked at number nine for most growth in booking interest during 2015, holiday lets in Fortaleza in Northeast Brazil rub shoulders with districts in well-known tourist hotspots in Buenos Aires, Melbourne, Seville and Dallas. This latest news piece from BRIC Group explains why.
Buyer preferences for property in Fortaleza are changing. With better access to the city and growing affluence, buyers are moving away from apartments to houses. The desire for space, privacy and security has led many to turn their attention away from the city centre and look outside Fortaleza for property. This BRIC Group news piece explains why.