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.
As interest rates have gone down in the last years to 6.5%, and the inflation is rising but in a fairly controlled way, the expectations are very positive as people will have better borrowing conditions, will consume more and therefore increase the GDP of the country. We can observe these changes regarding interest rates over the last years.
Mortgages in Brazil rise by 15% as lower interest rates and a stable property market encouraged more people to buy. Find out more.
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.
The Fortaleza property market continues to show strong growth this year with rises in prices and sales in July, well ahead of national statistics
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.
May was an excellent month for the Brazilian property market, which posted bullish results in both sales and launches. Sao Paulo property stood out in particular along with the luxury property sector, one of the stalwarts of the market in general.
Recent government measures have given the Brazilian property market a boost, particularly for demand. In some parts of the country, for example, Fortaleza, the market is already moving upwards with a rise in property prices.
The annual AFIRE survey reveals that yet again property investment in the US ticks all the right boxes for foreign investors. The survey also finds that the US and Brazil continue to offer the best opportunities for capital appreciation while Brexit has affected property investment in the UK and London.
The Brazilian property market faces 2017 with optimism. Based on the tandem of falling interest rates and rising investor confidence, many analysts are pointing to this year as the best time to buy Brazilian real estate.
The Brazilian government has just introduced an economic stimulus package, designed principally to build more properties in Brazil, particularly for the middle classes. Additional measures in the package bring welcome changes to financing in Brazil and are expected to both relieve household debt and stimulate spending.
The Brazilian property market produced a set of very positive figures in July proving the scenario for real estate generally is back on track.
Brazilian holidaymakers and rental property owners have embraced holiday lets so much that the number of properties available and the number of people using them have increased dramatically over the last few years. With the Olympic Games on the horizon, Brazilian holiday lets have never been so popular as this news article by BRIC Group explains.
Optimism surrounds the Fortaleza property market based on the city’s pent-up demand and lack of supply, a situation that contrasts with many other cities in Brazil. This conclusion was reached by some of Fortaleza’s most prominent business people in a recent interview published in O Povo newspaper. This latest BRIC Group news article provides a summary.
Brazilian real estate continues to attract international investment funds, keen to make the most of the current situation in the Brazilian property market. Among the largest investors is Blackstone who claims that now is the time to invest in property in Brazil, as this latest BRIC Group news article explains.
The Brazil property market has just received a boost in the form of improved mortgage lending terms from one of the largest Brazilian banks La Caixa Economica Federal. Under the conditions, it’s easier to borrow more money to purchase Brazil property. This latest BRIC Group article reports on why analysts believe that the move will bring fresh air to the market.