Brazil’s EXAME-Loft index points to speculation trends with real estate in São Paulo

In 11 of the 12 neighborhoods surveyed, the difference between the owner's asking price and what was notarized at the time of sale showed either stability or a drop.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Good news for Brazilians looking to buy property in São Paulo in the last few months. The average difference between the owner's asking price and the value effectively established in the contract showed a stable or downward trend.

This is shown in the latest edition of the EXAME-Loft Speculative Index, which combines EXAME with Loft, one of the leading startups dedicated to the real estate market in Brazil and one of the leaders through its digital purchase and sale platform.

In 6 of the 12 neighborhoods surveyed in the city of São . . .

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