BuyAssociation.co.uk editor Paul Collins claimed the market is currently the "strongest in South America".
Inflation is reasonably high and interest rates have risen to combat this, he noted, pointing out this appears to be keeping the country's economy relatively balanced.
These policies may be working out quite successfully, as official figures showed the nation's gross domestic product increased by 2.7 per cent in 2011, propelling it to sixth place in the global economic tables and putting it ahead of the UK.
Mr Collins said real estate in Brazil represents a "very good prospect".
Construction levels do not appear to be slowing and a large number of developments are taking place, he added.
However, the government is controlling the approval of prospects quite closely, the expert stated, which he said is maintaining Brazil's integrity as a good destination for tourists.