International health insurance could be something to consider for people thinking about buying a home in Brazil.
According to one agent in the South American country, the destination is no longer just for property investment.
Indeed, people are buying homes for their personal use in order to take advantage of some of "the world's best beaches, average year-round daily temperatures of 28 degrees C, excellent cuisine, a low cost of living and a lively, friendly atmosphere", Samantha Gore, sales manager at uv10 explained.
While it is all too easy to get swept up in the relaxed lifestyle, expatriates should first look at the things to consider when relocating abroad, like health insurance.
But once this kind of thing is organised, expatriates can enjoy Brazil relatively easily.
A new airport in Natal is being built, which will make it the largest in Latin America, accepting five million passengers a year.
Europeans looking to move to Brazil permanently or just for part of the year will be able to reach the country within nine hours.
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