Brazil’s economic growth during the past decade significantly boosted the country’s real estate market.
The Brazilian economic boom that began in the mid-2000s greatly eased access to credit and sharply increased consumer buying power in the country. These factors, combined with a reliable legal framework that offers simple, straightforward rules for real estate funding have produced a vibrant real estate market.
Today, commercial, residential and rural land real estate transactions are all popular investment options in Brazil. The market has attracted many investors seeking tailored transactions on behalf of large multinational clients. Other investors have turned to Brazil seeking new real estate frontiers (e.g., investments in farms or suburban residential areas) in a country that covers a vast territory.