Brazil Property Investments Has Become Extremely Lucrative For Foreigners

Discussion in 'Brazil Property' started by Cearainvest, Jul 30, 2010.

  1. Cearainvest

    Cearainvest New Member

    Brazil has become one of the most desirable real estate markets in the world. Its fascinating culture, warm climate, some of the most stunning coastlines in the world, low prices and its booming economy have all combined to add to its international appeal and foreigners are picking up Brazil property investments in droves. Prime property in the choicest of locations is being snapped up by those looking for sound investments.

    The biggest advantage for foreigners wishing to pick up property is that they are treated on par with the Brazilians legally in matters of real estate. This means that they have the same recourse to law as the locals and this is a huge benefit in a foreign country. The Brazilian government is going all out to woo the international buyer interested in Brazilian property investments and property and land ownerships are free from restrictions. Real estate in many equally popular tourist destinations across the world is exorbitantly priced with less chance of profitable returns on the investment. Brazil offers lower prices encouraging higher investment returns and its beautiful beaches and balmy weather only add to the attraction.

    Brazil also boasts of the largest economy in Central and South America and plentiful land resources. Its economy is strong and stable ensuring that its real estate market remains attractive to property investors. Spectacular ocean front properties, acres of inland area suitable for farming or ranching, city penthouses, family homes or simple apartments; the options for properties are endless. Although traditionally, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo have been the favorite haunts of property seekers, the current trend is moving northwards along the coast. Better infrastructure and increasing investments have raised the confidence in the real estate market of the North. Prices vary tremendously on the type of real estate sought and one can even buy the property and develop it as and when possible.

    Compared to many other tourist places, Brazil offers a less frenetic pace of living and this also appeals to a vast majority of foreigners who wish to live there. The low cost of living as compared to Northern countries has also raised the demand from investors, tourists and expatriates. Many foreigners who are interested in tourist-driven Brazilian property investments find that Brazil is the right choice as its natural landscape offers a variety of terrain, thus increasing the potential of a variety of tourism. The country’s Carnival is legendary and its beach life extremely tempting to visitors. Property investors wanting to benefit form Brazil’s flourishing tourism industry and get substantial returns in the form of tourist rentals would do well to buy Brazilian real estate.

    Brazilian property investments have taken an exciting turn in recent times and for foreigners especially there is no better time than present to avail of this opportunity.
  2. Kjarkata

    Kjarkata New Member

    Does Brazil allow foreigh owners of property to permanently stay in Brazil (like residence visa and nationality)
  3. growler

    growler New Member

    Not simply for buying a property. You can get a retirement visa or an investment visa but with the latter you are expected to actually do something business wise.
  4. Terry Coulter

    Terry Coulter New Member

    More on living in Brazil

    For anyone who hasn't yet heard, one thing that makes Brazil unique is the low wages that are common there. You can hire a maid or sales clerk for only 400 Reais a month, and if you treat them well they will give you way more than their money's worth.

    I lived in Brazil for eight months waiting to bring my wife home to America, and found the country as a rule to be very warm and friendly. And I was often treated with deference because I was an American.

    There are some areas that are dicey but you just need to know where they are and avoid being in the wrong place at the wrong time, i.e. walking there alone late at night. I never personally felt in danger at any time, while there. I plan to live there again in the future.

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