Noida, UP India (PressExposure) February 17, 2011 -- Due to the access of large number of real estate developers, increasing demand for real estate finance, and residential property, the Brazilian housing industry has witnessed tremendous growth during the past few years. Over a period of time, booming economy, government funding, large population base, and other secondary factors have provided a desired platform for the housing industry to grow to new horizons.
Our report identifies that, Brazil has emerged as one of the favorable destinations for the real estate developers to tap unexplored opportunities in the housing sector, despite gloomy economic environment. This is largely due to the fact that the country is facing massive housing shortage owing to the demand-supply mismatch. The low cost or affordable housing units are fast emerging as the next area of growth in the country's housing sector.
However, presently, the demand for affordable housing units is generally high in Brazil. High percentage of middle class population will create demand for mass segment (or affordable housing units) housing projects against the luxury houses or villas. Compared to other emerging markets, like India and China, Brazil has the highest share of demand for the affordable housing industry.
"Brazil Housing Sector Analysis" provides an extensive research and objective analysis of the growing housing industry in Brazil, its structure, financing system, and demand potential. The report has also identified important players operating in the sector. The key players section talks about business profile and strategies for business expansion of all leading players. Moreover, it has analyzed all the emerging trends, including important drivers and key challenges, to help investors understand the market conditions.
The report has also identified the possible growth areas for the expansion of housing industry. Most importantly, the report has figured out the expected housing demand and potential of the housing industry. The forecasts are based on the correlation between past market trends and growth in base drivers, such as household size, disposable personal income, GDP growth & competitive structure, government support, contribution by housing financing industries, and growing industrialization.
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