How Pandemic Changed Residential Real Estate Markets in Cities Near São Paulo

The urban exodus involved a small part of the population; prices increased in Itu and Jundiaí but dropped in São Roque and Piracicaba.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Despite the pandemic and its economic impact, the real estate market in Brazil has been experiencing this atypical year with a positive balance driven by the SELIC (Treasury base lending rate) at its lowest record level, which results in cheaper financing rates, but also in part due . . .

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