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Favourable Outlook for Brazilian Real Estate | Obelisk International

06-06-2011 08:09 AM CET | Industry, Real Estate & Construction

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Favourable Outlook for Brazilian Real Estate | Obelisk

One way of gauging a property market is to take a look at real estate funds. In Brazil, real estate investment funds are bigger than ever before.

The market for property in Brazil has grown massively over the last two years. In tandem with this has been the rapid increase in the number and size of Brazilian real estate investment funds. In 2010, the number of funds grew to 101 (up over 13% on the previous year). Considerably more spectacular is the increase in the net worth of real estate funds in Brazil – this totalled R$8.3 billion in 2010, a 62% increase on 2009.

Real Estate Funds in 2011

With the Brazilian property market set for another good year, 2011 has also got off to a good start for real estate funds in Brazil. By mid-May, 51 new funds had been registered on the Brazilian stock exchange and real estate funds made investment worth R$1.9 billion in the first four months of this year.

For Rodrigo Machado, the director of Brazilian Mortgages, 2011 promises to be another excellent year for property in Brazil. “2011 will mark the beginning of a cycle of new growth,” he comments to the business magazine, Valor Economico.

The rise in real estate investment funds will contribute positively to the Brazilian property market generally. These funds provide cash injections for the construction industry, bringing extra financial resources to the Brazilian real estate sector, which is struggling to keep up with demand.

Future for Brazilian Real Estate Funds

With the supply of property in Brazil unlikely to satisfy demand at least until 2030, real estate investment funds have a very bright future. They offer several advantages such as low-cost operations and diversification of products. As they are traded on the stock exchanges, real estate investment funds can also provide liquidity.

But, in spite of their advantages, Brazilian real estate investment funds are not for everyone. Brazilian legislation does not permit individual ownership of a fund so all investment must be made through a regulated fund manager. Minimum fund investment is usually high and all funds are subject to stock exchange fluctuations.

Obelisk International believes that the buoyant state of Brazil’s real estate investment funds gives an excellent idea of the direction the property market is taking. This year’s big influx of new funds indicates strong market confidence. For Obelisk International, the spectacular growth of real estate funds also indicates that Brazilian property is maturing into a developed market.

Contact Obelisk International on 0034 952 820 319. Via email: info@obeliskinternational.com or visit our website: www.obeliskinternational.com.

Obelisk International is a private investment business specializing in Brazilian property investments. Obelisk offers private investors the opportunity to invest into Obelisk businesses through projects sourced exclusively in Brazil.

Obelisk International
UK – Spain – Brazil
Alison Kane, Marketing Manager
Tel: 0034 952 820 319
Email: press@obeliskinternational.com

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