With a plethora of investment opportunities available to the general public in what is a competative market place we carefully research both emerging and established geographical markets. This ensures that our clients have all the facts to make the right choice of investment projects to suit them. Although we have a strong presence in South East Asia we deal with development promotions worldwide paying careful attention to:
- CAPITAL GROWTH POTENTIAL
- QUALITY OF PROJECTS
- POTENTIAL RETURN OF INVESTMENT
Brazil is now one of the powerhouses of the economic world, regularly topping G20 rankings, and transforming from being a debtor to the IMF just a few years ago, to now being a major creditor.
The country has successfully grown to be the seventh largest economy in the world, yet has managed to reduce borrowing, increase public spending, create millions of new jobs and grow its banking sector during a world crisis. It has improved the quality of life of over 90% of its population, accumulated 300 billion in foreign reserves, and controlled inflation and interest rates
Middle classes in Brazil now represent the majority of the population, with an impressive swing of 21.5% between Social C class in the last 2 years alone and since 2003 some 25 million Brazilians have moved up social classes.
According to the 2003 Goldman Sachs report, Brazil is one of the nations (along with Russia, India, China – the so called BRIC economies) with the potential to become world dominant economies with a good chance of turning that promise into reality.
A London-based economist at Lombard Street Research Ltd, Maya Bhandari, points out that Brazil has enormous growth potential underpinned by vast natural resources - it is self sufficient in oil and natural gas, has large labour pools, potentially huge middle-class consumer sectors and the spectre of big rates of investment in the future.
Brazil has ten neighbours and local trading partners and is politically stable. Currently, Brazil is the worldʼs 7th largest economy with US$2b GDP - half of the total of Latin America, and is aptly considered the economic powerhouse of the region
There is a property boom going on across all of Brazilʼs major cities which is being fueled by local demand for residential property.Brazil's largest city Sao Paulo is shaking off its past violent image, in favour of a thriving city with much business relocation from foreign companies. For example, high-end jeweler Tiffany & Co. boasts more stores in São Paulo than anywhere else in the world and bag maker, Louis Vuitton earns some of its highest profits per square foot in Brazil.
Major investment is being made in the North East of Brazil in the city of Fortaleza, which boast stunning beaches and a balmy tropical climate, bringing with it increased development projects and growing numbers of tourists. Fortaleza and its surrounding area will see more than $5 billion being invested over the next 5 years in new hotels, resorts and infrastructure, including a new airport, which will be the largest in Latin America (both passenger and commercial).The North East is tipped as being Brazilʼs top property hot spot as the location currently offers optimum conditions for those who wish to invest.