Housing in Brazil: A surge in new construction impacting rates, prices

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Expat Academy Housing in Brazil: A surge in new construction impacting rates, prices

Demand has not kept up with the surge of new construction in Brazil. This gap has led to higher vacancy rates and lower or more negotiable rents. Landlords with vacant units are still responsible for expensive maintenance fees and IPTU taxes, and some may be willing to lower the rent to secure a tenant.

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