Brazil Real Estate Indicators Plunged to Record Lows in 2016

The latest Radar Abrainc-Fipe Index, which analyzes twelve indicators to measure Real Estate activity, showed significant drops in 2016.

By Nelson Belen, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Data from the latest Radar Abrainc-Fipe Index showed that, unsurprisingly, real estate activity plunged across Brazil in 2016. The latest report, released last week, showed that several indicators which comprise the Index fell to never-before-seen lows signifying an erosion of confidence among the country's potential homebuyers.

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