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ApexBrasil for MIPIM 2022

Welcome to your Brazil

Take off your shoes and step inside.
Feel the warmth of the red jatoba wood under your feet.
Caress the blue and white azulejo tiles of your new state-of-the-art-kitchen.
Savour the parquet floors and white walls as the light of the southern sun cascades through the open veranda doors. In the distance the gentle hum of people and cars provides a reassuring reminder of the modern and vibrant metropolis you now call home. And take a moment to breathe it all in. For this property is not a figment of your imagination. It belongs to you.

Brazil has just put real into your real estate.

Modern and forward-thinking government programmes built around FDI

Since 2020 the situation has changed dramatically. An infrastructure “renaissance” has taken hold in Brazil as, faced with the need to arrest the decline of its properties and bridge a stubborn funding gap, the government crafted a number of measures designed to revolutionize the real estate landscape in the country.
It has done this in the first instance by looking abroad.

Thanks to the Investment Partnership Program (PPI), Brazil’s colossal privatization programme, Brazil has made enormous efforts to attract the next wave of private capital and foreign direct investment (FDI). Now the country has successfully repositioned itself as a major FDI destination among it’s competitors. From infrastructure to transport, energy to national parks – and now real estate – Brazil has used FDI as its primary vehicle to bring in FDI and spur growth for infrastructure in key economic sectors. Brazilian inward FDI levels topped €50bn in 2021, returning almost to 2019 levels, and the economy is now expected to make the fastest recovery to pre-pandemic levels among Latin American countries.

Discover more about ApexBrasil real estate opportunities in their report.
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