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International health insurance policyholders thinking of relocating abroad should know that the Brazilian property market is "a step ahead" of other destinations.
This is the view of Robin Wilson, head of overseas at Rightmove.co.uk, who commented: "Its size and burgeoning economy do put it a step ahead of the investment pack, but regardless, buyers must go into it with eyes wide open, do their research and treat it as long-term investment."
He pointed out that prospective expatriate medical insurance customers who keep a clear head and work with a currently specialist will be well placed to ascertain the best investment opportunities.
Mr Wilson's comments come after the Worldwide Property Group released research, which suggested that 58 per cent of people surveyed are thinking about relocating abroad to purchase overseas property, with Brazil, Spain and the Caribbean among the most popular destinations.
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