Category: Realestate

Check out the list of the hottest real estate markets in the world

The American news portal Business Insider released a list of the 19 hottest real estate markets in the world. To reach this ranking, the portal made adjustments to the values ​​of real estate around the world, disclosed by the Global Property Guide consultancy, based on the inflation of each country.

Even with the effects of the economic crisis, Brazil, naturally, is not on the list of the hottest real estate markets in the world. Here, the valuation of real estate was below the advance of inflation. A very different scenario from years ago, when the country experienced a boom in the sector.

To give you an idea, between 2008 and 2013, Brazil had the highest real estate appreciation in the world, when projects here became 121.6% more expensive – according to a survey by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS, its acronym in English).

Now, check out which are the 10 hottest markets in the world currently and see a perspective for the sector in Brazil:

Hong Kong

In the lead, Hong Kong had the highest real estate appreciation. Home prices increased 17.27% in the first quarter of 2017, compared to the same period last year.

Iceland

Property value growth in Iceland was 16.01% in the first quarter of 2017 compared to the previous year. This is the biggest growth in the real estate market in Europe.

Shanghai (China)

In China’s largest city, residential property prices rose by 13.16% between the first quarter of 2016 and this year.

Canada

Canada saw property prices increase by 11.70% in the first quarter of 2017, compared to the same period last year.

Ireland

In Ireland, property values ​​were up 8.91% in the first quarter of 2017, compared to the previous year.

Montenegro

Next, Montenegro appears. Home prices in the Eastern European country increased 8.68% the first quarter of 2016 and this year.

Romania

With values ​​adjusted for inflation, Romania posted a 7.61% growth in residential property prices in the first quarter of this year.

Norway

Between the first quarter of 2016 and this year, residential property prices rose by 13.16% in Norway.

New Zealand

New Zealand saw property prices increase 7.26% in the first quarter of 2017, compared to the same period last year.

Netherlands

In the Netherlands, the value of homes grew 7.11% with the inflation-adjusted value of the first quarter, compared to the same period last year.

Future of the Brazilian real estate market

While the country does not recover from the economic crisis, realtors have more difficulties in making a sale. After all, in this situation, most people prefer to save more and do not usually make a large investment, such as purchasing a property.

In this sense, the broker needs to work harder to capture properties and new clients. As the task is not at all simple, it is important that the professional has the help of several technologies.

The vile mob platform offers, for example, social integration so that brokers can advertise their properties in as many online channels as possible. More than that, the platform allows the broker to store all the information in a practical real estate CRM to use. There, he can cross-reference real estate and customer data to offer the best product to his audience.

And start moving as soon as possible. Real estate experts are more optimistic for this second half of this year, for a number of reasons. Among them, the changes in financing rules and a (shy, it’s true) improvement in the country’s macroeconomic situation stand out.

Are you prepared? Will Brazil once again figure among the hottest real estate markets in the world in the near future?

 

The American news portal Business Insider released a list of the 19 hottest real estate markets in the world. To reach this ranking, the portal made adjustments to the values ​​of real estate around the world, disclosed by the Global Property Guide consultancy, based on the inflation of each country. Even with the effects of the economic crisis,…