Brazilian real estate market analysis firm arrives to Mexico
SiiLA, an information, analysis and intelligence platform for the commercial real estate market in Latin America, based in Brazil, will formally arrive to Mexico by the end of this month through Siila Mexico, in a strategic alliance with the Monterrey-based Orange Investments.
The platform provides analytical market information to the real estate sector, particularly to the commercial sectors: industrial, retail and offices, described José Carlos Alemán, general manager of SiiLA Mexico, in an interview for El Financiero.
SiiLA Mexico will have information on the markets of Mexico City, Guadalajara and Monterrey, but it expects to add the Bajío region during the first quarter of 2019. The firm has on the radar the growth of the institutionalization of rental housing, so it does not rule out that in the short term it will also provide information on this segment.
Alemán said that the platform aims to reach four client profiles: institutional, that is, Fibras Afores, CKDs administrators, foreign funds such as Abu Dhabi and Canada, debt clients such as banks, developers like Mira, Thor Urbana, and customers looking for assets for leasing.
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