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Brazilian real estate development will have some similarities and some major differences to what we know of real estate development in the developed industrialized world. Being a developing country, there is lots of open and cheap land that can be developed. This is a similar situation to what once occurred in the Wild West and Arctic of the United States.
Land was available for purchase cheaply in the Wild West and Arctic and was cleared to make way for farms, mines and towns. The same can be said to happening in Brazil. Rain forests are cleared to make way for ranching and farming. Towns spring up near large mines and factories spring up to take advantage of logging operations.
Large companies buy huge parcels of land or pioneers buy out smaller plots for logging, ranching and mining from the landowners or the government who is in charge of the property. Some real estate companies will buy out large parcels of land in Brazil and then lease or sell them to smaller farmers. Or farmers will take out land and lease them to logging or mining companies for a period of time and get a share of the profits.
The developed parts of Brazil have a different kind of real estate development scene and different strategies are used by firms there. Pricing for land in developed urban cities is often considerably more expensive. Firms like Construcap of Brazil must deliver a top quality service and look for opportunities in industry to turn over a profit. Many real estate development companies are seizing opportunities for suburban construction and growth. Stadium construction and renovation is also seeing a boom.
Construcap, one of Brazil’s largest and oldest real estate development firms recently completed a platinum LEED certified stadium called the Mineirao Arena. It was only the second stadium in the world to receive the platinum LEED certification from the United States Green Building Council. Mineirao Arena was completely renovated by Constucap in only 25 months and now features a rainwater collection system that provides water for bathrooms and irrigation for the stadium grounds. It also features solar panels that power the entire stadium which is over 350,000 square meters in size.