The average price of residential real estate in Brazil increased by 0.52% in July, according to the FipeZap Index. The deviation was higher than the inflation registered in the same period by IPCA/IBGE (0.13%) and IGP-M (0.21%).
The index tracks the behavior of residential sales prices in 50 Brazilian cities. There was an increase in sales prices in 45 of them.
The 16 capitals covered by the index all registered price increases, especially Curitiba (1.92%), Vitória (1.90%), Maceió (1.40%), Goiânia (1.37%) and Salvador (1.18%).
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