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Purchasing a Residential of Commercial Property in Brazil combines growth and long-term sustainability.
Here at Real Estate Brazil see our task not only in directing our clients towards profitable and sustainable investments, but also to advising them to reduce future costs and risks. And this is provided by a consulting team consisting of professionals with economic, legal and real estate background. Our main pillars of activity are real estate intermediation, property and agricultural consulting as well as the creation of Property Appraisals. Brazil offers quite unique opportunities for sustainable, productive acquisitions in a framework of high institutional and geopolitical stability, a strong domestic market and richness of natural and cultural assets. Business Languages: Portuguese and English.

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With the Normative Resolution 36, from 9. october 2018, Brazil now offers the possibility of a Real Estate Investors Visum, with a minimum investment requirement of 1.000.000 R$ (700.000 R$ in the Northeast). It facilitates purchases and aquisitions of real estate in Brazil since it is not tight to any other requirement whatsoever (Reference: http://www.emdoc.com/en/newsletter/2018/11/normative-resolution-no-36-real-estate-investment-visa)
Besides a variety of real estate offers, on this side you can also find in-depth information about the Brazilian economy (with focus on real estate and agribusiness), either in the Literature section (monographies and analyses) or in the News Section. This page is constantly being updated and we also do provide individual consulting to clients in matters of real estate economics and investments in Brazil.

“At a time when disruption is impacting the world and historic trading relationships are being impacted by geopolitics and technology, Brazil stands out as a country where opportunities for growth appear compelling and there to be seized”

Kevin Sneader, Global Managing Partner McKinsey & Company