Brazil Property development plots offer Good investment option
With increasing amounts of foreign direct investment (FDI), coming into Brazil, now could be a
great time to invest in property built on new plots of land in the South American country.
Boston, MA, December 11, 2012 - With increasing amounts of foreign direct investment (FDI),
coming into Brazil, now could be a great time to invest in property built on new plots of land in the
South American country, which are being made available to foreign real estate investors,
Alternative Asset Analysis (AAA) has claimed.
The alternative investment advocacy group has said that investors looking to make the most of
the ongoing strong economic conditions in Brazil should invest in land there. “A number of plots of
prime land are being opened up in Brazil to foreign property investors," claimed AAA’s analysis
partner, Anthony Johnson.
“With the FIFA World Cup and the Olympics coming to Brazil in the next four years, growth is
likely to continue and investors could see some really great returns if they invest in real estate
A recent report by Ernst & Young Terco stated that foreign direct investment into Brazilian real
estate has reached as much as R$10 billion this year. The investment has been stimulated by the
Accelerated Growth Program, which has received plenty of attention form investors looking for
ways to diversify their portfolios. The project involves improving the country’s infrastructure to
help prepare for these vents, as well as to help house the hundreds of thousands of people
moving into urban areas for work.
Speaking to Property Wire, Knight Knox International’s property consultant Mike Sefton, said that
the plots offer great locations, planning permission and very reasonable prices to those who are
considering building homes in Brazil as an investment.
Real estate investment is becoming increasingly attractive, particularly in emerging economies like
Brazil, China and India, where a growing number of homes are needed to house workers and their
families in urban areas.
AAA supports alternative assets like real estate and is also behind foreign investment in Brazil in
general. “Forestry is a major source of ethical investment opportunities in Brazil,” added Mr
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