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A well known London City broker would like to offer you the opportunity to invest in Brazil. Guaranteed return of 20% p.a with the potential to achieve up to 300%. (Independent valuation available)


*** 5 star coastal development due for completion in 2013.

*** Below market value prices.

*** Almost 50% already sold to Brazilian nationals.

*** 450 s.qm plots, with full planning permission for detached house with swimming pool.

***Full Indemnity insurance available.

***3 major airports within 90 minutes drive.

***Located close to the 2nd Greenest City in the world.

***Fantastic EXIT options with strong resale market or 10% p.a call back option from the developer.


*** Population of 200 million (Similar to USA)

***8th largest economy in the world.

***Significant investment in infrastructure underway.

***93% employment rate.

***The need to build 7 million new homes within 5 years.

*** Host to 2014 World Cup Finals & the Olympic Games in 2016.

Please contact me to discuss this opportunity further.

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I looked at Brazil a few years ago and ruled it out after taking advice from my sister who lives there.

The biggest problem is that you will have real problems taking any money you make out of the country. Whilst the laws, agents, etc. say that you can the practice is that it is very difficult.

In my sisters case - she works for an Irish organisation and was buying a property from another one - they transferred the agreed money in Ireland to get round this.

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What about the World Cup 2014. I know people who did very well with Cape Town property having been involved pre World Cup announcement

Flights are too expensive in general to deal with an investment property across the Atlantic in a different time zone.

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