Private Brazilian investment grew by 9.7% in the first nine months of 2023 to reach a record R$5.5 trillion. Real estate funds attracted some of the biggest interest and the Centre-West and Northeast saw the highest upticks in private investment.
A spectacular leap in launches, transactions and sales values in Q3 leads analysts to predict that 2023 will be the best ever year for luxury real estate in Brazil. Among the stand-out states are the Northeast and Southeast.
A recent report reveals that single-family rental housing “holds significant promise” for investors over the next few years. Demand for this type of rental property will remain sustained on the back of demographic and affordability factors.
After a year of steadily rising prices, fewer sales and continued supply-demand tensions, what’s in store for the Spanish property market in 2024? Our article sums up the expert predictions.
In a year of record RevPAR, hotel investors will gravitate towards two sectors: luxury assets and select-service establishments. Find out why these hotel types have attract so much attention over the next 12 months.
This year, Colombia dominates the table for the most expensive real estate in Latin America, although it doesn’t make the top three. Find out where the most exclusive properties are on the continent and how much they cost.
Emerging Trends in Real Estate for 2024 makes a compelling case for investing in US multi-family real estate next year. This article lists the reasons why this sector should be in your portfolio.
The prime residential property market showed improvement in Q3 this year, with many cities registering price increases. The best performers included Manila and Dubai, with Madrid and Miami starring in Europe and the US.
Costa del Sol luxury real estate now has the largest market share in Spain, ahead of the Balearics, Madrid and Barcelona. Find out why and what lies ahead for this high-end niche.
Discover why Northeast Brazil is a property hot spot and why investors and REITs can’t get enough of real estate in region, whether it’s residential, hotel or logistics.
New home starts see a surge, with a 7.6% rise in construction in September. Analysts attribute the uptick to lack of inventory in the resale sector, a situation that is likely to persist as mortgage rates continue to rise.
Global real estate continues to account for the lion’s share of the world’s assets and has posted solid gains in value since 2019. In terms of country rankings, Brazilian property is the world’s 9th most valuable.
There will be at least four G20 events in Ceará in 2024 behind the summit in Rio de Janeiro in November. The Ceará Events Centre is the chosen venue and preparations are already underway to ensure Ceará offers the perfect destination for delegates on the world stage.
Brazilian hotel RevPAR soared by 34.9% in the first half of this year in the country’s ten largest cities and taking it higher than 2019 levels. Occupancy also rose and now stands ahead of 2019.
Miami led the Florida rental market this summer and had the most competitive market in the country. Several other Florida metros also ranked as red-hot spots, with high demand, but low vacancy rates.
Brazilian real estate shares have soared this year, with an uptick of over R$21 billion in market value in the first nine months. Real estate profits have also surged as the sector enjoys a buoyant year.