In the midst of a competitive scenario, agility and process quality gain even more importance in the market.
In recent years, real estate funds have gained empathy among investors in Brazil.
JLL’s research reveals that the number of commercial enterprises in Barra Funda is increasing.
The Olympic Games are becoming established as firm advocates for the use of sustainable practices.
Brazil is a major trader of commodities.
Like Santos, surrounding cities, like Praia Grande, São Vicente, Guarujá, Cubatão and Bertioga, tend to develop at the same speed.
According to the CEO of Jones Lang LaSalle, the real estate market will reach equilibrium in the coming years, as a result of the greater supply of developments in the country.
Attracted by the opportunities of a growing market, foreign groups are investing in Brazilian real estate, with 2012 setting a record for capital raised.
Brazil achieves prominence in the world ranking of LEED developments – certification that recognizes the implementation of environmental preservation measures – and now seeks to raise awareness among owners of existing buildings about the importance of adopting these initiatives.