EMGEA is auctioning 390 properties with discounts of up to 66%. There are houses, apartments and land in several Brazilian states in the month of June.
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During the month of June, the Government Asset Management Company (EMGEA) is auctioning 390 properties, with discounts of up to 66%. There are houses, apartments and land in several Brazilian states. Values vary between BRL 17,722.00 and BRL 1,536,135.00.
The auction takes place on the Resale website, the most complete real estate point of sale in Brazil. There are properties in all regions of Brazil, but most are found in Rio de Janeiro, Rio Grande do Sul and São Paulo. The assets can be obtained by direct sale 100% online, within the real estate platform itself.
Fábio Rito, president of EMGEA, says that the company aims to facilitate the purchase of real estate, in a completely digital and secure way.
How to participate
To access the properties, the user must enter the site and apply the filters, according to his interest: type of property, value, region or location (unoccupied or occupied).
With prices below market value, the auction seeks to meet buyers of different profiles. The initiative is aimed at those who want to buy to invest or who are looking for a property to live in.
One of the properties available is a 441 m² residential house in Rio de Janeiro, which costs only R$735,180, 23% below the appraised value. Another option in the same condition is a residential apartment, with an area of 63m², with two bedrooms, valued at R$36,646, 61% below what has been appraised.
Until now, anyone who buys at auction will have to pay in cash. EMGEA does not accept real estate financing or the use of the Departure Compensation Fund (FGTS).
Present on the market since 2001, EMGEA is a heritage and rights management company derived from the Union and other associations that make up the federal public administration. It manages the operations of Caixa Econômica Federal, related to the commercial and residential area.
As a public company, the shareholder of EMGEA is the federal government.
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