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Mexico City (above) leads in Latin American commercial real estate investments, followed by Sao Paulo, according to Jones Lang LaSalle. (Photo: Alejandro Isla)
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Latin America Real Estate: Top Markets

Sao Paulo remains most attractive real estate market in Latin America.

BY LATINVEX STAFF

Mexico City tops commercial real estate investments in Latin America, but Sao Paulo is the city with most potential, according to research by real estate company Jones Lang LaSalle.

Interestingly enough, while Argentine capital Buenos Aires ranks among the three most attractive commercial real estate markets in Latin America, it ranks among the bottom six in terms of actual investments the past three years.

Meanwhile, Costa Rican capital San Jose sees the opposite trend. While it managed to rank fourth in Latin America in terms of relative level of commercial real estate investments the past three years, it only ranks 23 out of 30 Latin American cities in terms of attractiveness.  


Real Estate: Most Investments

Level of direct commercial real estate investment by value the past 3 years. Out of 359 cities worldwide

LA Rk

Gl Rk

City, Country

1

75

Mexico City, Mexico

2

84

Sao Paulo, Brazil

3

88

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

4

123

San Jose, Costa Rica

5

138

Santiago, Chile

6

147

Cancun, Mexico

7

193

Campinas, Brazil

8

199

Guadalajara, Mexico

9

207

Monterrey, Mexico

10

255

Belo Horizonte, Brazil

11

259

Puebla, Mexico

12

263

Brasilia, Brazil

13

269

Merida, Mexico

14

281

Aguascalientes, Mexico

15

288

Buenos Aires, Argentina

16

301

Salvador, Brazil

17

312

Tampico, Mexico

18

327

Chihuahua, Mexico

19

340

Lima, Peru

20

345

Saltillo, Mexico

Sources: Jones Lang LaSalle, Latinvex (LatAm rank)


 

Real Estate: Most Attractive

Overall attractiveness for commercial real estate. Out of 300 cities worldwide

LA Rk

Gl Rk

City, Country

1

16

Sao Paulo, Brazil

2

26

Mexico City, Mexico

3

41

Buenos Aires, Argentina

4

50

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

5

62

Bogota, Colombia

6

66

Santiago, Chile

7

70

Lima, Peru

8

106

Monterrey, Mexico

9

118

Brasilia, Brazil

10

124

Caracas, Venezuela

11

132

Guadalajara, Mexico

12

136

Montevideo, Uruguay

13

156

Panama City, Panama

14

157

Curitiba, Brazil

15

166

Belo Horizonte, Brazil

16

175

Quito, Ecuador

17

182

Santo Domingo, Dom. Rep.

18

186

Guatemala City, Guatemala

19

190

Guayaquil, Ecuador

20

197

Medellin, Colombia

21

208

Porto Alegre, Brazil

22

211

Campinas, Brazil

23

214

San Jose, Costa Rica

24

216

San Salvador, El Salvador

25

230

Salvador, Brazil

26

231

Recife, Brazil

27

247

Cancun, Mexico

28

255

Asuncion, Paraguay

29

277

Managua, Nicaragua

30

292

La Paz, Bolivia

Sources: Jones Lang LaSalle, Latinvex (LatAm rank)


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