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Brazil Property Group - Brazilian Real Estate

Why Buy in Brazil?

The #1 reason to buy in Brazil is the Property Appreciation that will take place over the next 10 years. The following explains why appreciation will take place:

  1. New Ownership Laws protect the Buyer
  2. Easy Access from Europe and North America due to New Infrastructure
  3. Outstanding Currency Appreciation
  4. Undervalued Beach Property Compared to the Rest of the Americas
  5. Brazil has a large domestic population of almost 200 Million people.
  6. Currently the 10th Largest Economy in the World, Brazil will be the 5th Largest in 2050 as ranked by Goldman Sachs.
  7. Pay Little, Get a Lot.
  8. Interest Rates in Brazil are Dropping Fast
  9. Beautiful Beaches

New Ownership Laws protect the Buyer

  1. These laws are some of the best in the Americas, designed to make ownership more appealing.
  2. Ownership is far more secure in Brazil than many other popular Latin American destinations.
  3. This creates new international demand.
  4. In Brazil's history, in the best of times and the worst of times, there was never a time of government expropriation. Even during the darkest period of military dictatorship, expropriation never occurred. Nearly every other Latin American country has history of land re-allocation.

Easy Access from Europe and North America due to New Infrastructure

  1. The Government is supporting foreign investment projects all across the county by increasing the availability of utilities and infrastructure.
  2. Government is financing the renovation of old airports and building new airports to meet the demand.
  3. The government has come to realize that Foreign Direct Investment in property is a new form of economic growth.
  4. Currently Brazil is the 5th best infrastructure in the Americas.
  5. Infrastructure and access adds value to property and creates domestic and international demand.
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Outstanding Currency Appreciation and Stability

  1. Currency appreciation that has taken place with the Brazilian currency is outstanding. In 2002, Brazil's currency was almost 4 to 1 to the US dollar. Today it is 2 to 1. Its low was approximately 1.56 to 1 dollar October of 2008.
  2. If a person bought property in 2002, that person would have doubled their money with currency appreciation.
  3. The currency is currently en route to stay near 2 to 1 to the dollars.

Undervalued Beach Property Compared to the Rest of the Americas

  1. An acre of farm land in Iowa sells for US$3,400 - that is US$8,400 per hectare.
  2. An acre of forestry land in Alabama sells for US$900, or US$2,200 per hectares.
  3. We are a globalized economy - there is no reason why farm land in Brazil costs US$500 to US$1000 per acre, and forestry land sells for far less.
  4. This creates international demand and domestic demand.
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Currently the 10th Largest Economy in the World, Brazil will be the 5th Largest in 2050 as ranked by Goldman Sachs.

  1. When Brazil reaches its paramount in 2050, the beach property prices will be the same anywhere in the world.
  2. It is expected that beach property will continue to increase in value rapidly until 2050.
  3. This economic growth and stability creates international demand. It solidifies Brazil as a great place for real estate investors.

Pay Little, Get a Lot.

  1. In Brazil, construction costs are half what they are in the United States and Europe.
  2. Currency is also 2 to 1 to the dollar and almost 3 to 1 to the Euro. This money goes a long way on everyday purchases.
  3. This bonus can lure property buyers seeking an affordable standard of living, will create international demand.

Interest Rates in Brazil are Dropping Fast

  1. If you look at rates 18 months ago they were at 18%. Today they are under 12% and falling every few months.
  2. These rates are falling because Brazil has a huge trade surplus and account balance due to its raw material export driven economy. This surplus has assisted in Brazil have sufficient currency reserves and eliminate deficit spending.
  3. Further exports of sugarcane ethanol to Japan, United States and Europe will further Brazil's trade surplus and create a more stable economy allowing for interest rates to fall even lower.

Beautiful Beaches

  1. Brazil is ranked for having some of the best beaches in the world. They feature white sand, warm water, warm climate and beautiful tall palm trees.
  2. Brazil has one of the longest tropical coast lines in the world.
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