LATAM Booming Real Estate Market. Thousands of New Companies Opened

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The real estate sector is experiencing significant growth in some Latin American regions, like Mexico and Brazil, with a notorious surge in real estate companies and investors.

Real estate companies are experiencing a remarkable surge in various regions of Latin America. In Mexico, for instance, the number of real estate service providers has surged by nearly 20% over the past five years, according to the latest Mexican Economy Secretariat‘s data. Similarly, more than 26,000 real estate companies were established in Brazil last year. Over the past five years, the real estate sector welcomed more than 110,000 new companies, as the Ministry of Development, Industry, Trade, and Services of Brazil (MDIC) reported.

A recent report by CNN Agora, a CNN Brazil newscast, highlights the opportune landscape of prospects for entrepreneurs in the real estate sector, especially in property sales, intermediation, and management.

Among the standout players in the real estate market in Brazil and Latin America, CNN Agora mentioned SiiLA, a leading market intelligence platform that emerged in 2015. Initially focusing on monitoring office spaces, industrial properties, and shopping centres throughout Brazil, the company today provides comprehensive data and analysis for Latin America’s commercial real estate sector, including statistics for Mexico and Colombia.

“Our primary goal has always been to create a technology-based company tailored to a niche market. That’s how we began,” explained Giancarlo Nicastro, CEO of SiiLA, in an interview with CNN Brazil.

To illustrate the evolution of the real estate sector since SiiLA started operating in Brazil, Nicastro pointed out that “in 2015, the number of investors in real estate funds barely reached 500.” However, he explained that currently, “that number surpasses two million” in South American countries.

Among the factors driving the growth of real estate investors, SiiLA’s CEO mentioned the sector’s increasing transparency and people’s access to reliable data and information from various sources, including SiiLA’s solutions for Real Estate Investment Funds (FIIs in Brazil) or Real Estate Investment Trusts (FIBRAs in Mexico) investors.

In their report, CNN Agora also interviewed Gustavo Favaron, CEO of GRI Club, who emphasized the importance of interactions between companies and executives to foster the real estate industry.

“We realized the need to organize gatherings throughout the year, with different formats, schedules, and points of contact,” said Favaron.

The steady growth of companies in the Latin American real estate sector has been a pivotal factor in the development and transformation of this market. Technology and data transparency provided by companies like SiiLA have significantly contributed to increasing investors and entrepreneurship in the sector. As Gustavo Favaron highlighted, collaboration and interactions between individuals and corporations are essential to further strengthen this industry.

In this context, SiiLA has gained recognition and credibility as a reliable source of real estate intelligence, playing a crucial role in helping its clients make informed and strategic business decisions. SiiLA’s presence in Latin America has driven transparency and efficiency in the regional real estate market through its Market Analytics data platform. It is an indispensable tool for professionals and companies seeking to thrive in the ever-evolving real estate landscape.

Source: Siila

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