Development in the real estate sector, which has been observed since 2005 product of the start-up of new rules that loosened the purchase conditions and they allowed the current boom together with the economic improvement of the population which brings it closer to being able to buy a home. As in most Latin American countries, the housing deficit in Brazil is very high, so that improvements in the purchasing power of the population and greater access to funding give a great dynamism to the potential demand for housing. The easing of conditions in the granting of mortgage loans was of such impact that the granting of mortgage loans grew 3.6 times from 2004 to 2007. New mortgage loans will arrive in the R $ 23 billion this year and will exceed in up to 35% on 2007 results for Jose Pereira Goncalves, director of Brazilian entities Association of real estate credit and savings. Gold and oil marked RECORDS – our newsletter of investment, outstanding investments, has obtained profits of up to 700% with companies such as Suncor Energy (NYSE: his) of the hand of the oil boom in this newsletter you will find companies that have benefited from this boom in commodities. And these hikes don’t stop: If you want to know our portfolio of investment and our latest recommendations, click here. The improvement in the economic situation of the Brazilians and greater access to financing for users, joins another factor that is driving demand in the real estate sector of Brazil.
With the problems in the American and Spanish real estate sector, investors have not remained static and have gone in search of new horizons. So that he is observing an increase in the volume of foreign investors who are betting markets Latin Americans to invest, and between these markets have pointed to the Brazilian real estate market. According to Antonio Montes, Professor of the Institute of company of Spain have given account that can continue to grow in countries as Brazil due to the crisis in the real estate sector in the United States.UU., as well as the stagnation in Spain, and in general in all European countries.