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Brazil to Spend $15.1 Bln on Anti-Crisis Housing Plan\

Andre Soliani and Joshua Goodman Bloomberg 26.03.2009
Brazil to Spend $15.1 Bln on Anti-Crisis Housing Plan\

Brazil will spend 34 billion reais ($15.1 billion) to build a million homes for low-income workers as President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva seeks to spark growth in a slumping economy.

Company Provides Innovative Ways for Real Estate Professionals and Affiliates to Earn Passive Income From Their Relationships

Paradise Is Mine has created a global lead generation marketing platform for REALTORS®, real estate related professionals and owners of high traffic websites to introduce potential buyers to the company's projects. Participants in the program can earn a marketing fee of up to 5% of the sales price of a lot simply for allowing banner placement on their websites. In some instances, a click of the mouse can generate in excess of $12,000 or more for participants in this program

Argentina Eases Capital Controls To Facilitate Tax Amnesty

Michael Casey The Wall Street Journal 20.03.2009
Schooner Bay Offers Bahamas Islands Real Estate With Sustainability Features

A new harbor front residential community known as Schooner Bay opened in January in Abaco, Bahamas, bringing a new look to Bahamas islands real estate

Argentina Eases Capital Controls To Facilitate Tax Amnesty

Seeking to overcome a legal impediment to plans to attract fund repatriation via a tax-amnesty plan, the Argentine government has relaxed capital controls on certain categories of incoming foreign-exchange transactions.

Buying Property in Argentina

Shelteroffshore 18.03.2009
Buenos Aires construction industry optimistic about mid term recovery

Following five years of strong growth the construction industry in the Argentine capital Buenos Aires has begun a new cycle. In 2008 the total number of construction permits authorized by local authorities reached 2.5 million square metres which represents a contraction of 20.3% compared to 2007, and anticipates a decline in activity for this year, according to a report from the local consultants Real Estate Report.

Buying Property in Argentina

A guide to the property buying process in Argentina where increasing numbers of Britons, Europeans and North Americans are setting up home

Is Mendoza the Best Place to Retire?

Ronan McMahon Todays Financial News 16.03.2009

Brazil Interest Rates Are ‘Too High,’ Gafisa CEO Says

Veronica Navarro Espinosa Bloomberg 16.03.2009
Is Mendoza the Best Place to Retire?

A new middle class in Brazil means more people are going on vacations. It also means food consumption will go up, and not just in Brazil–some reports suggest a 50% increase in global food demand by 2025.

Brazil Interest Rates Are ‘Too High,’ Gafisa CEO Says

Brazil’s interest rates are “too high” and the central bank has a “lot of room” to lower borrowing costs, said Chief Executive Officer Wilson Amaral of Gafisa SA, Brazil’s second-biggest homebuilder.

Coldwell Banker trains Latino commercial real estate brokers

Christian Conte Jackson Ville Business Journal 16.03.2009

Brazil May Unveil Housing Plan in 3 Weeks, Gafisa Says

Fabiola Moura and Telma Marotto Bloomberg 16.03.2009
Coldwell Banker broker and trainer Carmen Gloria Mantay gives a group of agents from Central and South America a tour of a Southside commercial property.

After franchisees spent five years building Coldwell Banker residential franchises in Latin America, the businesses there are ready to expand into commercial real estate, and they’re getting help from Jacksonville Coldwell Banker agents.

Brazil May Unveil Housing Plan in 3 Weeks, Gafisa Says

Brazil may announce plans within three weeks to expand government-backed mortgage lending for low- income home buyers, said Wilson Amaral, chief executive officer of Gafisa SA, the nation’s second-largest real estate developer.

Brazil May Unveil Housing Stimulus Plan in 3 Weeks, Gafisa Says

Fabiola Moura and Telma Marotto Bloomberg 11.03.2009
Mexico's resorts still popular for spring break

The hottest destination for spring break is Mexico, say many travel bookers, because of the dollar's strength against the peso, the drinking age (18) and the country's many bargain all-inclusive resorts.

Brazil may announce plans within three weeks to expand government-backed mortgage lending for low- income home buyers, said Wilson Amaral, chief executive officer of Gafisa SA, the nation’s second-largest real estate developer.

Brazil May Unveil Housing Stimulus Plan in 3 Weeks, Gafisa Says

Fabiola Moura and Telma Marotto Bloomberg 11.03.2009

Brazil may announce plans within three weeks to expand government-backed mortgage lending for low- income home buyers, said Wilson Amaral, chief executive officer of Gafisa SA, the nation’s second-largest real estate developer.

Brazil to build 1 million houses to boost construction, create jobs

The Brazilian government will build one million houses by 2010 to reactivate the domestic construction sector and create more jobs, President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said Wednesday.

Brazilian Gov't to Boost Housing

Claudio Freitas Zacks Investment Research 05.03.2009
Brazilian housing market shows promise thanks to booming Natal area

New apartment housing is on sale in a beach front Brazilian development from just £49,796 ($70,865) in the booming region surrounding the city of Natal.

Brazilian Gov't to Boost Housing

The construction business in Brazil had a great first half of 2008; however, the performance of the sector was highly affected by the credit crisis in the end of the year. The driving force behind the sector in recent years was the emergence of a mortgage market in Brazil -- a great development since domestic rates were lower than ever in 2007, even though still high by international standards

Latin America Real Estate Outlook

Joachim Bamrud Latin Business Chronicle 02.03.2009

Brazil's Bovespa Rises on Real Estate Outlook; Bolsa Advances

Fabio Alves and William Freebairn Bloomberg 15.02.2008
STRONGEST: Brazil's real estate sector is the strongest in Latin America and has the best potential, experts say. (Photo: Embratur)

Brazil's real estate market has the best outlook this year, but it will be affected by the growing credit crisis and economic slowdown.

Brazil's Bovespa Rises on Real Estate Outlook; Bolsa Advances

Brazilian stocks rose for a fourth day after the country's largest developer said the value of its projects soared, spurring confidence that Brazilian economic growth will boost profits for consumer oriented companies.

Montevideo Real Estate Grows

Latin Business Chronicle 05.02.2008
 
Montevideo's real estate market is growing. Here represented by a property marketed by Colliers. (Photos: Colliers International)

Montevideo's real estate market sees growing demand and European investments.

 
 

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