By Nelson Belen, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - According to just-released data from the latest FipeZap Index, residential rental prices across Brazil's fifteen biggest cities remained relatively stable in May, rising 0.03 percent from the previous month, although well behind inflation.
Of the fifteen cities in the survey, eight cities registered an increase in May's average residential rental prices: São Bernardo do Campo, up 1.13 percent, Curitiba, increased 0 . . .