Florida ranks, yet again, as the best place to retire in the US. Beating 49 other states in retirement rankings, the Sunshine State gets the best overall score and stands out for both affordability and quality of life. The latest confirmation of Florida’s prime position for retirees opens up interesting investment opportunities with strong potential.
Sales of land plots in Ceará reached record levels in 2020 when the buy-to-build market soared throughout Brazil. Prices for land doubled in some areas as demand rose by 20%. Analysts believe this trend will continue throughout 2021.
Forecasts point to slow but steady progress for both the Florida economy and real estate in 2021. The former is expected to grow by 4.9% and the latter to continue to offer strong potential for investors.
The Fortaleza economy has overtaken Salvador to be the largest in Northeast Brazil. The capital leads a state with strong growth as seen in latest figures for GDP indicating 16.7% growth in Ceará.
Discover what’s in store for Brazilian tourism in 2021 with predictions and expectations from key players in the sector who analyse the domestic and international outlook. Expect continual and sustained growth this year as staycation and holiday let trends consolidate.
Florida metros account for a full quarter of the top 20 relocation destinations in the US in 2020 and within them, Tampa stands out as a favourite. And 2021 looks set to see more of the same. To the extent that, several reports forecast Tampa real estate to be one of the hottest markets in the US this year.
Six compelling reasons come together to make 2021 the year to invest in Brazil real estate. The lowest interest rates ever, strong demand, a weak currency and value for money make the property sector a favorite among Brazilian and foreign investors. Discover why.
The market for build-to-rent properties in the US has taken off this year in the light of strong demand for single-family homes in suburbia. Analysts point to multiple investment opportunities in a market with big interest from REITs and non-property investment funds as well as individual investors.
Higher prices, more expensive mortgages and an increase in sales form the basis of predictions for the US property market in 2021. This scenario has interesting implications for investors. Find out why in our latest news article.
The global prime property outlook for 2021 looks rosy with most cities to see price increases over the next year as new trends settle among consumers. Furthermore, the market looks set for changes in location as the suburbs and beach resorts rise in popularity.
Latest figures for pending sales show that new builds in the US continue to boom. The 45.8% rise in the year to October is the highest since spring 2007. Housing starts have also risen along with permits in Southwest Florida, making this a prime market for investment in new single family homes.
With an increase of over 32% so far this year, mortgage loans in Ceará are at their highest since 2015. They reflect a very busy market, currently experiencing its best moment for years. Analysts believe that this trend will continue well into 2021 as buyers take advantage of record low interest rates.
In Q3, US house prices rose across the board with 65% of metros registering double-digit increases. Single-family home prices rose in every one of the 181 metros included in the NAR report as the market shows no signs of flagging in 2020.
Pent-up demand and rock-bottom mortgage interest rates push sales of new properties in Brazil to record levels. Figures for new-build sales in September went up by 23.7% in the year while mortgage lending soared by 44% in the first nine months of the year. Analysts predict a busy end to the year for property in Brazil with excellent prospects for 2021.
Recent FDI and a surge in IPOs have brought the economy in Ceará to the forefront in Northeast Brazil. The number of foreign investors has more than doubled since 2010 and Ceará companies account for more than half those from Northeast Brazil on the stock exchange.
The trend for staycations and search for new homes lead to busy winter for short-term lets in Florida. Rates look set to double in some areas predicted to see record levels of occupancy. According to new survey data, staycations are here to stay during 2021 as well.