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Investors look to benefit from Brazil’s post World Cup buzz

Thanks to the recent success of the 2014 World Cup, where over 1 million overseas visitors from 200 countries descended on Brazil during the tournament, the international tourist figures for the country are set to reach 7 million by the end of the year, a dramatic increase on 2013’s figures...

Why more British expats than ever are living it up in South America

As the World Cup kicks off tonight in Sao Paulo, Brazilian based investment management firm Swim Worldwide looks at why more British expats than ever are living it up in South America:   Cold winters, rising fuel bills and the ever increasing cost of living mean many expats are abandoning the UK and looking for a better more comfortable life elsewhere...

Bright future predicted for Natal, Brazil

Known in Brazil as the ‘City of the Sun’, Natal, in the North East of the Country has become a top tourist destination and interesting rental prospect, a Brazilian property developer has claimed...

World Cup gets ball rolling for Brazilian and South American property markets

It’s rare that football makes property markets flutter but that’s exactly what’s happening on the streets of Brazil, according to SWIM Worldwide Investment Management...

UK investors wanted for Brazilian scheme

In a global market where finance is hard to come by, EcoHouse are enabling UK investors to help Brazilians onto the property ladder...

Brazil property prices rise 6.1% in H1 2013

The prices of Brazilian real estate rose by an average of 6.1% during the first half of this year, fresh data from FIPEZAP, the main indicator of the Brazilian real estate market, shows...

Brazil’s property market remains buoyant

Tim Morgan, chairman of Emerging Real Estate, says a transformation is taking place across the country as Brazil prepares to host the world’s biggest football event- with positive spin-offs for those looking to beat the global economic downturn...

Grand plans for Brazil's Natal

Natal was initially identified as a so-called ‘property hot spot’ when the South American Football Confederation CONMEBOL announced that Brazil would be their sole candidate to host the 2014 World Cup finals almost 10 years ago...

EcoHouse offers investors 7% returns in Brazil

  British-owned developer, EcoHouse Group, has announced that it is launching serviced office developments in the prime financial locations of Brazil, Blumenau and Natal, and is offering investors the opportunity to achieve returns of around 7% from this growing sector...

Tax exemptions for foreigners buying into Brazil property trusts

It has been announced that foreign investors are exempt from paying a financial transaction charge on real estate investment trusts traded on the country’s stock exchange...

Brazil remains a property hotspot

Anthony Armstrong Emery, CEO,  EcoHouse Group, explains why Why Brazil still looks like a good return for investors in 2013...

Brazilian property market continues to appeal to investors

With the 2014 FIFA World Cup and Rio 2016 Olympics getting ever closer, foreign investors continue to pile into Brazil to take advantage of favourable investment conditions, according to Brazil property agents UV10...

Brazil is Booming! Why Now is the Time to Invest in South America’s Largest Economy.

    Overseas investment in Brazil has hit an all-time high and, as the fifth largest country in the world, prime land plots are the perfect investment for any portfolio, advises leading North West property firm Knight Knox International...

Brazil property prices continue to soar

Brazil property prices increased by a staggering 18.4% at the end of the second quarter of this year compared to the same period in 2011, outstripping any other country, according to Knight Frank’s Global House Price Index...

Brits pay less for property in Brazil as sterling strengthens

With sterling trading at a near two and a half year high against the Brazilian Real, the prospect buying property in Brazil now looks more attractive, particularly with parts of the country continuing to offer decent property investment prospects, according to Brazilian property specialist uv10...

Brazilian property investment opportunities

With a flourishing hotel sector as well as booming office and industrial markets, commercial real estate in Brazil looks set to continue growing well into the future with Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels citing that the nation's hospitality sector offers a great deal of prospects for those who wish to invest in Brazilian real estate...

Strong economy spurs property growth in Brazil

The idea of buying property in Brazil continues to look like an attractive proposition from an investment perspective, thanks in part to the country’s rapidly growing economy...

Brazilian property market still offers room for growth

In less than four years, the 2014 football World Cup will take place in Brazil, and what an impact the tournament has already had on the country...

Brazil property market is going from strength to strength

Brazilian property market conditions look set to improve further moving forward, on the back of burgeoning economy, which has been tipped to overtake the UK to become the world's sixth largest this year...