Property for sale in Brazil
Find homes for sale from all over Brazil ideal for overseas buyers seeking to buy the best possible Brazilian property and land for sale in Brazil. Our visitors come from all over the world many with the intention of finding cheap Brazilian property, low cost housing, holiday homes, investment properties, beachfront properties and second homes abroad. Our property listings come from Brazilian real estate agents, property developers and homeowners seeking to sell property to international buyers.
Where to buy property in Brazil
The city of Rio de Janeiro with over 45 miles of white beaches is probably the most famous location in Brazil including Copacabana. Popular with both local and international visitors the location year on year increases in popularity. Another area is Sao Paolo a government and financial centre of the country and, at an 11-hour flight from the UK, promises good business lettings. However the best potential for buying property seems to lie in the northern beach resorts. These areas benefit from some of the purest water and cleanest air in the continent, the booming city of Natal boasts the highest quality of life (and the lowest crime rate) in the nation. However it is the resort of Bahia which is attracting the most attention from overseas buyers.
“Head to Fortaleza and its surrounding areas great beaches and prices are relativity still low, when it comes to exit you can sell to local or international buyers. We recommend that you use a Brazilian Lawyer who is registered with the OAB (Ordem Dos Advogados Do Brasil) which is the equivalent to the Bar in the UK.
Nick Marr Homesgofast.com
Property listings in Brazil
We work direct with real estate agents, Brazilain property developers and private owners selling properties in various cities in Brazil including Joao Pessoa (PB), Natal (RN), Recife (PE), Sao Paulo (SP), Belo Horizonte (MG), and Rio de Janeiro (RJ).
Top places to buy property in Brazil
Homesgofast.com users consistently search for Brazilian property listings in the following areas, however if you have real estate for sale and we don’t mention your location don’t worry some of our investors and overseas buyers have signed up to receive property alerts so they are the first to know when a new development or property is listed.
- Minas Gerais property
- Pernambuco property
- Rio de Janeiro property
- Rio Grande do Norte property
- Santa Catarina property
- São Paulo property
- Sergipe property
Buying Land in Brazil
Brazil vast territory offers some of the most exceptional opportunities on the planet. Whether you are searching to buy a farm property in Paraiba and live a rural lifestyle overseas on the North East coast of Brazil with its the tropical sunshine by the sea or land for sale ideal to build a new home that is situated close to the beaches on Paraiba State's south coast we can help!
Legal advice when buying property in Brazil
- Never sign a contract that is written in another language that you don’t understand without a translation.
- Don’t miss out or circumvent any legal procedures for cash benefits offered by the buyer
- Research and follow local laws on buying and renting out property
- Always get written confirmation of what has been agreed in any negotiations and always insist on a paper (preferably not electronic) receipt for monies paid
- Check that the seller or property developer owns the title deeds to the property or land and can transfer them to you. If buying brand new, or partially built, from a developer, check that the title deeds for the property in question actually exist
- Check that the deeds to the property or land have not been offered as collateral for any loans
- Check whether the owner has outstanding utility bills, local tax demands etc that you may be liable for on purchase of the property
- Talk to other property owners in the area or on the development to establish if there are any issues you should be aware of before purchasing (such as floods in winter, lack of water or electricity supplies in summer)
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Selling a property don’t forget about your currency
One of our top tips to people selling and buying Brazilian property to people from another country is to research currency exchange methods. Property transactions are all vulnerable to foreign currency exchange rates and small fluctuation can mean huge losses. To negate this risk its always wise to take the advice of a foreign currency specialists who can book rates, provide lowers fees and better rates than many banks. Unless you are buying direct from a developer, before the purchase can go ahead you'll almost certainly need to open a bank account in the destination country. The aim is to ensure that you get the best exchange rates and that the funds are in the right place when they are needed.
Advertising Property to International Buyers
Homesgofast.com has been successfully putting buyers and sellers together online since 2002! Our listings are promoted on multiple property websites. WE have a huge niche audience many of which arrive at our site by searching ‘Homes Go Fast” Consistently popular property searches made by overseas buyers seeking Brazilian property at Homesgofast.com include : brazilian property market, brazilian housing, brazil houses facts, houses for sale in brazil rio de janeiro.
Government Type: Federal republic
Currency: real (BRL)
Total Area: 3,287,594 Square Miles
8,514,877 Square Kilometers
Location: Eastern South America, bordering the Atlantic Ocean
Language: Portuguese (official and most widely spoken language)
Portuguese (official and most widely spoken language). Portuguese is Brazil's official language. English, German, and French are popular second languages. Although Spanish is also understood by Portuguese speakers, some Brazilians may be offended when deliberately spoken in Spanish. note: less common languages include Spanish (border areas and schools), German, Italian, Japanese, English, and a large number of minor Amerindian languages
Video Guide to Brazil
Getting along with the Brazilian People
Brazilians greet each other with a handshake; good friends often embrace. Women often kiss each other on alternating cheeks. When joining or leaving a small group, it is polite to shake hands with all who are present. People will also say “Bom Dia” (Good Morning) “Boa tarde ” (Good afternoon), “Como vai” (How do you do), “Tudo bem ” (Are you fine) or “Oi”.
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