Results of a recent survey bring excellent news for investors who have already purchased property in Brazil.
A US based association (The Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate), found that Brazilian property is ranked second in the world in terms of capital appreciation.
In the equivalent survey of 2008, China engaged second place but the Asian country has now dropped harshly while buoyancy in Brazil has only grown.
The Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate (Afire) states that more investors have now witnessed the actual potential and capability of the South American country and its prime locations for property development. Including the North East Coast, which is home to our very own Five Star Country Club Resort, Tambaba.
Capital appreciation on investments in Brazil is expected to increase further in the future.
Also, the New York Times has predicted that North East Brazil will profit from a real estate boom in the coming months, benefiting both foreign and local property investors.
A central bank director, Gustavo Franco, recently confessed to Bloomberg that Brazil now looks better economically than at any other time since the real was introduced 15 years ago.
“There’s a degree of enchantment among international investors with the Brazilian economy,” he said further.
It is tipped that areas such as Natal and Recife are to undergo a surge in buying activity thanks to their wealth from locally produced produce, as well as increased interest in their highlights from a tourist perspective abroad.
Tambaba Country Club Resort is situated in between both Recife and Natal; the states have also been confirmed as hosts, for the Fifa World Cup in 2014.
These destinations are becoming increasingly popular with travellers and the media, so under market value investments could provide excellent returns