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The Brazilian government is doing whatever it can to attract more people to the country’s growing expatriate community, according to BuyAssociation.co.uk.
Paul Collins, property editor for the website, said that as more people invest in Brazil it will become easier to become an expatriate in the country as the housing market will become more attractive.
"They have only just actively started attracting people to the country. They are taking steps to definitely attract people to the area," he said.
Mr Collins went on to say that the Brazilian government is making efforts to attract foreign property buyers at the moment by making it easier for developers to build on land.
"It is quite controlled. They are doing whatever they can to attract people there," he added.
According to BuyAssociation, Brazil is attracting investors, retirees and those looking for holiday homes despite being relatively new on the international property-buying scene.
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