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Swim Worldwide: Growth in Brazilian Property Market Funded by World Cup Feel Good

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It’s rare that football makes property markets flutter but that’s exactly what’s happening on the streets of Brazil.

This year’s highly anticipated World Cup tournament is proving a boon for those invested in South American property. Buy to let investors are filling their boots before a ball has even been kicked.

The Brazilian economy has grown rapidly and looks set to continue offering investors high emerging market returns at low risk. This has created a unique opportunity for those looking to get into the buy to let market.

Rental yields of 8% to 11% per annum and an increase in the price of property of between 10% and 15% per annum are widely expected.

Putting your money into South America

If you’re looking to

invest in South America Paul Smith, SWIM Worldwide Investment Management ( : .. ) feels it would be wise to speak to a local expert.

“As a company, we don’t feel that we need to be spending a lot of effort, time and money to go global, when there is so much we can do to help our client’s in this particular region.”

Notes to editors.

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