Posted on 09 December 2010
Special report dealing with current trends in the Latin America Real Estate Investment environment. The report covers the commercial, residential and tourism sectors within Brazil, Mexico, Colombia and Peru
Posted on 09 August 2010
São Paulo is one of the biggest cities in the world, good for restaurants, shopping malls, clubs and bars. It is a city that never stops. You can always eat anywhere; it has a high level of international food, high-class health care and good hotels.
Posted on 21 July 2010
Often compared to the thriving cities of New York and Los Angeles, dare yourself to travel to the largest city in South America, not to mention the third largest city in the world: Sao Paulo, Brazil. However, the real attraction to Brazil’s most populous city is its people and vibrant culture.
Posted on 02 July 2010
So you finally did it: You quit your job, sold your home and bought a one way ticket somewhere south of the U.S/Mexico border; fast forward a couple months and you're living the so-called dream life somwhere near the Equator but it's not exactly the glamerous existence you'd been anticipating.
Posted on 30 June 2010
If your idea of retirement is living a simple life in a small house far outside any major city, then yes, you can probably live on $1,000 a month. Of course, if you want to live in a nice apartment in a nice part of town in a large city, your cost of life goes up. But the truth is, it's really quite hard to answer this question because some countries are more expensive than others and some cities are pricier than others.
Posted on 23 March 2010
Inefficiency: Anyone who's ever tried applying for a business visa or gone through any other legal or immigration process in Latin America knows what I'm talking about. Person A sends you to person B who sends you back to person A who then sends you off to some remote office to talk to person C who then tells you your papers are all wrong and you'll have to start the process all over. It can be exasperating, so mentally prepare yourself for a long and arduous paperwork journey.
Posted on 20 March 2010
While Brazil's allure can't be denied, neither can its size. Bigger than the continental United States, it's no wonder planning a Brazilian vacation can be a daunting and overwhelming task.
Posted on 09 February 2010
Over a million Americans travel abroad every year to seek medical treatment, most for elective procedures. Latin America offers patients affordable elective and non-elective medical and dental procedures, usually at one third to half the cost of the same procedure in the United States or Europe.
Posted on 21 December 2009
Real estate titan Sam Zell has just upped his ante with increased investments in Brazil. He paid $53 million for 8.5% of Brazilian Finance & Real Estate...
Posted on 23 July 2009
The Worldwide Economic Crisis Is Having Very Little Effect On Both Brazil's Residential as well as Commercial Real Estate Markets...