Rio’s and São Paulo’s Most Expensive Neighborhoods to Purchase Property

According to the FipeZap Index, the capital records the second-highest selling price, behind Rio de Janeiro and ahead of Brasília.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The FipeZap Index, which monitors the average sales price of finished apartments in 50 Brazilian cities based on internet ads, shows that the sale value of residential properties maintained its upward trend and increased by 0.43 percent in October.

In the year-to-date, the nominal high was of 2.75. Considering the expected inflation, this means that the average price should close the period with a real increase of . . .

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