Corporate Profile

Direcional is one of the five largest homebuilders and real estate development companies in Brazil, focused on developing large scale projects targeting the mid-low and low-income segments and operating in several regions of the Brazilian territory. Over more than 42 years of experience in the real estate development and construction industries, the Company has developed a vertically integrated business model and a standardized construction process, which enables large-scale construction activities and allows Direcional to operate at greater levels of efficiency when compared to its competitors, as measured by the Company’s margins and Return on Equity.

The strong performance in the Southeast, Midwest, North and Northeast regions provides the Company with significant knowledge of mid-low and low-income developments. Direcional is present in the Federal District and in 8 other Brazilian states: Amazonas, Bahia, Ceará, Goiás, Minas Gerais, Pernambuco, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Despite its presence in several of Brazilian cities, the Company’s operational focus is currently concentrated in nine of the largest metropolitan regions in the country (São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Manaus, Brasília, Salvador, Fortaleza, Recife and Goiânia).

In 2022, Direcional launched R$ 3.6 billion in PSV. In 2023, in the end of the first quarter, R$ 611 million were launched. The Company believes that it has the appropriate operating structure to maintain its growth rate and take advantage of market opportunities. Currently, Direcional has a land bank valued at R$ 32 billion, with a total construction potential of more than 169 thousand units. This land bank would be sufficient to maintain an annual launch volume of over R$ 3,5 billion for the next 9 years.



Direcional occupies a leading position in real estate development and the provision of construction services in several regions of the country, with operations in nine of the largest metropolitan regions in the country, in addition to the countryside of the state of São Paulo.

  • Manaus (AM)
  • Salvador (BA)
  • Fortaleza (CE)
  • Brasília (DF)
  • Goiânia (GO)
  • Belo Horizonte (MG)
  • Recife (PE)
  • Rio de Janeiro (RJ)
  • São Paulo (SP)