Brazilian Real Estate Soars Globally
The 20th annual survey from the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate (AFIRE) finds that “globally, Brazil soars”. For survey respondents, investment in Brazilian real estate has increased substantially. AFIRE reports that “Brazil and Sao Paulo have emerged among the global leaders” in the survey.
Brazilian Property Closing Gap on US
Real estate in the US remains a favourite among AFIRE survey respondents, although interest has dropped significantly from 64.7% in the last survey to 42.2% this year. Brazilian real estate is “closing the gap with 18.6% of the votes”. The 23.8% margin between the US and Brazil is one of the smallest between two countries in recent surveys.
Investor perception of capital appreciation from real estate in Brazil has gained 14.2% on last year and Brazil now ranks in second place globally, an improvement of two places on the previous survey. Brazilian property stands ahead of real estate in China, which was in second position last year.
The rise in Brazilian real estate investment potential can be seen more keenly in the top global cities for foreign investment in 2012. According to AFIRE results, Sao Paulo has climbed 20 places to rank fourth in real estate investment preferences. Brazil’s largest city now ranks behind New York, London and Washington DC only.
Brazil Favourite in Emerging Markets
The survey found that interest in emerging markets generally has grown. When it comes to real estate investment in emerging markets, Brazil remains the firm favourite for the second year running. From a total of 25 emerging markets, AFIRE chose Brazil as the best for investment in 2012.
For AFIRE CEO James Fetgatter, the survey results reflect investor confidence in Brazil as an investment destination. “Brazil is now considered a much safer place to invest,” he said, “and a place where you can get capital appreciation and good yields”.
Obelisk International echoes this sentiment. “We’ve noticed much stronger interest in Brazilian investments over the last 18 months,” explains Gary Hardacre, CEO of Obelisk International, “particularly as investors see Brazil as a secure place to invest and one that provides excellent returns.”
For Obelisk International, it comes as no surprise to find Brazil at the top of emerging market investment preferences and second for capital appreciation globally. “With its wide range of real estate investment opportunities and huge shortage of property, we expect Brazil to rank highly among investors for several years to come,” comments Mr Hardacre.
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