People considering investing in overseas property when relocating abroad could choose to purchase real estate in Brazil.
Paul Collins, BuyAssociation editor, said these assets are continuing to go "from strength to strength".
The expert compared this with housing in the US, claiming specialists are saying this market is hitting the bottom at the moment.
International medical insurance could be essential for expatriates moving to Brazil, as the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention note the country has malaria in some regions.
It also recommends that people visiting the nation bring diarrhoea medicines and their regular prescription drugs.
Buyers are typically keen to find the "next big thing" in overseas real estate, Mr Collins declared.
This is because new destinations for international property purchases are cropping up "constantly", the expert remarked.
At the moment, people are trying to spend their money wisely and are examining traditional real estate investment locations in a different manner to help them, he stated.