Corporate Profile and Company‘s Pillars

Brasil Brokers is one of the largest and most complete real estate brokerage and consulting firms for developers and end consumers, as well as being one of the main real estate financing development agencies in the country.

Made up of 17 leading real estate companies in 8 states, the group has more than 7,000 highly qualified associate brokers. In 1Q18, more than 2.2 thousand properties were sold and total sales reached R$833 million.

Our mission is to make the dream of home ownership a reality, through the provision of excellent real estate services. Our dedication to finding the right property for each customer drives us to continually strive to do more. Whether looking to buy or sell, invest or inhabit, this is often the largest transaction of many people’s lives.

To establish its leading position and win over the trust of its clients and partners, Brasil Brokers invests in the most advanced real estate research and intelligence tools, in training for its sales force and in implementing the best operational practices of the market.

We have built long-term partnerships with all of the listed developers, who account for approximately 1/3 of our revenue, and with over 600 unlisted developers.


  • More than 7.2 thousand associate brokers;
  • Intensively trained (average of 10 thousand hours of training in the last three years)
  • Qualified to offer a complete portfolio of real estate services;
  • Local commercial independence and centralization of processes, systems and controls.


  • 34 physical stores in 8 Brazilian states;
  • About 426 points of sale.

Operating Leverage

  • Ability to adjust the operational structure given the cyclical business profile;
  • Reduction in annual costs of R$11 million in 2017,or 9%
  • Continuous diligence and discipline regarding our cost reduction plan. We will also further proceed with several initiatives to recover and dispose of assets in order to strengthen our cash;
  • The Company’s total adjusted operating costs and expenses decreased by R$11 million, or 7%, over 1Q17.