Financial opportunities in Brazil could make it a top destination for expatriates, following advice from a property website that noted the strong investment potential of the country's buildings.
The country's financial state is still strong and it is predicted to become one of the five biggest economies in the whole world after the Olympics and World Cup take place, BuyAssociation.co.uk editor Paul Collins declared.
"It has shown that the measures put in place by the government to mitigate the effects of the global downturn have worked," he added. "That is quite a compelling argument for the stability of the country."
There are also plenty of opportunities to buy a home, he explained, noting inbound tourism and the ability to rent are strong attractions in a country that has only operated a Ministry of Tourism since 2005.
However, Brazil has more than just low house prices, according to one property agent.
For those who have international health insurance, it is also worth relocating for "the world's best beaches" and "a low cost of living," Samantha Gore, uv10 sales manager asserted.
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