A recent conference looked at the impact of coronavirus on the construction sector and its knock-on effect for real estate in Brazil. Participating experts suggested key areas that Brazil needs to focus on and came to the conclusion that the outlook for Brazil property is positive.
The Institute of Economic Research and Strategy of Ceará (IPEC) has published new data regarding households in Brazil.
In 2018 the number of households in Ceará increased by 3.7% compared to 2017, totalling 110 billion new units.
Increased confidence saw a surge in sales and launches on the Brazil property market at the end of 2018. Developers expect strong demand in 2019.
Shifts in the economy, low interest rates and more consumer confidence mean the Brazilian property market is trending upwards. Is the time to buy now?
Brazilian real estate has entered the radar for Canadian investors who are advised to take a look at Ceará state in Northeast Brazil. Find out why.
After a strong August, Fortaleza property market looks set for a busy autumn with favourable mortgage conditions and falling supply. Find out why.
Sales and launches of Brazilian property have soared this year with strong demand drastically reducing supply. Read on for the figures.
With wide experience in luxury hotels, Atlantica Hotels International joins the fractional market offering the synergy of homeownership with hotel services.
The historic low in Brazilian interest rates since mid-2017 has sparked fierce competition among banks striving to attract clients. As a result, analysts expect the Brazilian property market to see supply drop dramatically by the end of this year.