Why is Brazil a good market to invest in?

The underlying trends in the world economy are what drive reliable returns from investments and strong economies make for strong property markets.  Brazil has grown ever stronger over the last 30 years, initially improving corporate law and controls, revised governance in the public and private sectors and more recently, in the 1980s and 1990s, social and economic policy, to provide a strong democratic marketplace. The outlook for the future looks impressive and offers robust investment opportunities.

An historic moment is upon us - The Brazilian economy has overtaken the UK in size and this has created very attractive opportunities for UK businesses and for UK investors.

  • The UK and European economies are in serious difficulties.
  • The UK and European property markets are in poor shape and the outlook is very uncertain.
  • The Brazilian economy has shown consistent growth for 11 years and looks set to continue.
  • The Brazilian residential property market is strong and  is looking forward to continued good performance with the Government providing financial support to the tune of US$40bn - to provide good homes for local Brazilians.
  • Mortgages only became available to middle market buyers in 2007.
  • 97% of Brazilian house owners do not have a mortgage.

 

Read more in our articles:

The Investment Facts: Why Brazil is such a good place to invest

Why the North East

Brazil: A Macro View

 


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Quotes

"Brazil has been adding 19 ‘millionaires’ per day since 2007 - and that statistic will likely be repeated over the next three years as Latin America’s economic super-power continues to deliver stellar GDP growth and consumption rates." Forbes 2011

“Brasil has more than US$200 billion in reserves and is therefore protected from turbulences in the financial markets.” Former Brazilian President, Lula da Silva

Facts & Figures

Brazil accounts for roughly one in every two glasses of orange juice consumed in the world today.

Brazil is self-sufficient in energy

Brazil is inviting investment to build new homes. Call us now