Brazil is an impressive country, but it can be overlooked by many until they have visited or understood more about the opportunities available. Brazil is the seventh largest economy in the world having gone through many challenges, especially after the worst recession in its history. With interest rates reaching more than 19%, we now have a bank rate of 6% and, according to more than 200 financial institutions in January 2018, it was selected as the best place in the world for real estate capital appreciation. In this country there are no wars, hurricanes, earthquakes or natural disasters and it offers an excellent option for foreign investment with many benefits for foreign investors. After years of political corruption, bribes or lies, with a new commitment and legislation in place to ensure a safe political climate, confidence is growing. New Brazilian youths are educated for fantastic futures. The Internet has opened the minds of young people and this country will change rapidly. They are an increasingly educated and intelligent middle class, made up of tens of millions of young entrepreneurs who are forcing Brazil to become an important force on the world stage. Brazil has some of the best beaches in the world, exotic food and a multicolored culture that make it a perfect destination for holidays, investment or to settle permanently. Brazil has a population of about 210 million inhabitants and is growing at 3% per year. It is the fifth largest country in the world and boasts an absolutely immense coastline. In comparison to Europe, it has a continental territory comparable to 48 EU countries combined.
Bahia is home to the first capital city of Brazil, Salvador City, the state is located midway between the Equator and the Tropic of Capricorn, is around the size of France with a spectacular coastline of 1,103 kilometres and boasts a year-round sub-tropical climate. The strong African influence in culture, cuisine and music make Bahia truly special – and it is closer to Europe than many folks think. Just over 7 hours from Lisbon with daily flights for as little as £450 return. The magnificent varied scenery, lush tropical jungle, and endless palm-fringed beaches abound. The lifestyle in Bahia is home to 12 million residents who live there. Healthy lifestyles and sport are essential here with Salvador boasting two football teams in the first division of Brazil with Bahia playing its home games at the Fonte Nova a modern purpose built stadium built for the 2014 World Cup finals.