Current information about the property market in Brazil – part 1

Foreign individual investors disapeared from the beaches and cities of Brazil after the 2008 economic crisis, but that doesn’t mean they have stopped purchasing properties in Brazil. While the money has vanished, there are still lots of people interested in investing and buying property in Brazil either for resale or renting out or to live a life on the sun on the coastal towns of Brazil.

Here are a few real estate information about Brazil:

The American billionaire Sam Zell’s from Equity International (EI), said he will continue to invest in Brazil, focusing mainly on the less explored areas.
Read it here: http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/10/16/negocios-construcao-equityinternational-idBRSPE89F05220121016


Brazilian real estate market has record foreign capital

http://www.monitormercantil.com.br/index.php?pagina=Noticias&Noticia=122224&Categoria=CONJUNTURA

With the crisis in Europe, Portuguese property owners come to Brazil to try to sell their property in Portugal.
An event to be held in December in Rio de Janeiro, has properties starting around 150 thousand euros
http://www.infomoney.com.br/minhas-financas/imoveis/noticia/2609364/Com-crise-Europa-portugueses-vem-Brasil-vender-imoveis-Portugal

Investors are betting on further appreciation of property for resale
http://estadao.br.msn.com/economia/investidores-ainda-apostam-na-valoriza%C3%A7%C3%A3o-de-im%C3%B3veis-para-revenda

Prices of properties have lower monthly increase since 2010 in Brazil
http://www.jb.com.br/economia/noticias/2012/11/06/preco-dos-imoveis-tem-menor-aumento-mensal-desde-2010/

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