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Investor Visa in Brazil: A Practical Guide

Investor Visa in Brazil: A Practical Guide The investor visa procedure in Brazil is governed by the National Immigration Council’s (CNIg)with a new Normative Resolution from 2015. This new resolution brings new rules pertaining to the investor visa procedure in Brazil, such as a new amount of foreign investment required and special rules for startup companies who work on the innovation and technological sector, for example. In the ever changing set of rules and Brazilian bureaucracy obstacles many…

Brazilian Real Estate Law

1. Real Estate Law 1.1        Please briefly describe the main laws that govern real estate in your jurisdiction.  Laws relating to leases of business premises should be listed in response to question 10.1.  Those relating to zoning and environmental should be listed in response to question 12.1. Those relating to tax should be listed in response to questions in Section 9. The Brazilian Civil Code, which provides that the ownership of real estate may be acquired…

The latest Real Estate Options for South America

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We offer South American real estate investment opportunities in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay. Click on the Red Links above for our latest options. We know buying South American Real Estate has specific rules for foreign citizens, rules we are familiar with and have worked with extensively. This is why we have created a programme to guide international buyers through the whole process of purchasing real estate in South America, from finding properties for sale to helping clients…

Brazil started 2011 with massive foreign capital investments inflows

The inflow of us dollars to Brazil so far this year (Jan-March 5) marks a surplus of usd 24.3 billion over outflows, which helped to further appreciate the Brazilian Real, according to the latest figures released by the Central Bank. This is the result of financial operations mainly by Brazilian corporations’ overseas issues and long term foreign investors. In fact, property investors from around the world are flocking to Brazilian shores with a view to snapping up real estate, in anticipation of future…
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