‘Newlyweds’ Cameron and Clegg have an almighty task on their hands trying to return the ‘Great’ to debt-ridden Britain whilst all around them the Eurozone appears on the brink of collapse.
£30.1m was sent to Brazil from the UK in 2009 for property related purposes, according to leading foreign exchange supplier Moneycorp, up from just £4million in 2004. 2010 has started even more strongly: since 1 January 2010, Moneycorp says that real estate enquiries have increased 40% on last year.
In this topsy turvy market it is reassuring to find that there remains a location where “it is standard for developments to sell out within weeks”. This location is Petropólis, dubbed the ‘Mayfair’ of the city of Natal in Brazil’s northeast.
In the early 21st century off-plan was the doyen of overseas property purchases. Separating the ‘men from the boys’, off-plan was high risk but equally high reward in a buoyant market.
In front of a busy A Place in the Sun Live audience at London’s Excel Centre on 26 March, Brazil specialist uv10.com was presented with a ‘Best Small Agent 2010’ accolade by property industry watchdog the Association of International Property Professionals (AIPP).
In 2003 Brazil’s Middle Class (Class C) numbered 64 million people. Today this figure has risen to a mammoth 91 million earning a substantial 46% of the total Brazilian yearly income.
Famed for its reliable weather, superb flying conditions and welcoming locals, Pipa in northeast Brazil is emerging as a paragliding paradise. Particularly whilst Europe is under the cloak of winter, crowds of brightly coloured fabric wings dot the skyline taking in the stunning coastal scenery as they fly.
Under the landmark 2009 policy ‘Minha Casa, Minha Vida’ (My House, My Life) the Brazilian Government has pledged to build one million affordable homes for low-income families by 2011 alone.
Brazilian Homes, the 2009 International Property Awards winner of the “Best Estate Agency Website” under the Americas region, is launching a new beachfront property development in Natal, Brazil.
Brazilian Homes, the 2009 International Property Awards winner of the “Best Estate Agency Website” under the Americas region, is launching it’s new Brazil rental property department.
With Brazil now hosting the world’s two biggest sporting events in the space of just two years – the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Olympics – the country’s got plenty to celebrate, and so could you.
Brazil is now officially a middle class country with 52% of the 190 million-strong population falling into this bracket.
“People want security these days”, according to Samantha Gore, Sales & Marketing Director for Brazil real estate specialists uv10.com, “and in Pipa Park they get just that”.
Like bees to honey inexperienced off-plan property investors are all too often drawn to Brazil’s megaresorts which launch amongst a fanfare of mass marketing and celebrity endorsement.
Economic facts and figures from Brazil are improving in leaps and bounds and not a week goes by without yet another positive addition to Brazil’s economic track record, says Obelisk International.
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