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Advantages to Invest in Real Estate in Brazil

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It is internationally known that Brazil is going through a crisis period. However, only a few are able to see the opportunities it can bring. Brazil Real Estate market has been warmed up for a while, but now it is starting to face a high vacancy scenario, while construction companies are still delivering projects that started before the crisis.

Considering this, plus the fact that the Brazilian currency is undervalued, International funds found out that Real Estate in Brazil might be an excellent long-term investment. Some funds were able to get discounts of up to 50% on the market price when buying real estate wholesales.

If you think this is the right time for you to invest, G.Jacintho is more than ready to help you opening your investment company in Brazil, preparing your books, tax returns and advising on the best tax strategies.

Contact us for more information and quotations.

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