Is Brazil still a good place to invest?
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With the advenement of the new JOBS Act a new funding option opens for hard to fund projects in the USA and LatinAmerica.  Our main focues is to fund projects in Latin America where there is a great window ofRead more

With the advenement of the new JOBS Act a new funding option opens for hard to fund projects in the USA and LatinAmerica.  Our main focues is to fund projects in Latin America where there is a great window of opportunity for Capital and Real Estate Investment funded projects.  And while we look into the legal issues and rules and regulations that would affect such a project, we are looking for interested parties wanting to get involved in crowdfunging projects in Mexico, Brazil and Latin America as a whole.

We are looking forwards for a great number of group participants and a interesting and active participation to generate a flow of ideas and concepts, and more importantly investors, interested in Latin American Capital and Real Estate Investment projects.  Join us for a positive and enlighten group crowdfunding discussion and exchange.

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Everyone knows that Brazil will play host to the FIFA World Cup in 2014 but how is this huge nation predicted to do in the coming years? And is it still a good place to invest? You decide....

According to the IMF, the economy will continue to expand growing by 2.5% in 2014
- compared with just 1.9% for the UK and 1% for Europe.Huge middle class population of 103m rising rapidly accounting 43% of the country's purchasing power.In the run up to the 2016 Olympic Games the government will spend billion on infrastructure.Brazil's economy is buoyed by its abundant natural resources such as ethanol, timber and oil.Property prices are predicted to grow by 15% (Reuters) in 2014 - compared with just 5% for the UK (National Institute of Economic & Social Research) and up to 5% decreases in some areas of Europe.Northeast Brazil, particularly Fortaleza, Recife and São Luis are the hot places to buy for Brazilians, 30m of whom holiday in the region each year.From 2000 to 2010, Northeast's real GDP growth rose by an annual average of 4.2%, higher than the 3.6% annual growth for the rest of the country.
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