I know nothing about this company and haven't the time to research it in any detail, but I'm curious about this point. Is this genuine, or is it achieved by bumping up the sale price to raise an upfront "refund" to the buyer.The buy-to-let option is particularly appealing as you get 3 years rent in full, up-front
I'm not sure that I'd agree with this, but I'd definitely agree with its corollary, i.e. Lots of people got poor by NOT listening to those who put down ideas.Nobody ever got rich by listening to people who put ideas down out of hand.
Provided that they can trust those people to give honest feedback & not try to 'talk up the market' in their own interest. And if those people have only 'discovered' Brazil recently, is their experience really going to count for much in assessing a long-term investment. And if they are long-term investors in Brazil, is this really relevant - as they won't have crystal balls to allow them to see into the future of property in Brazil.Anyone wanting to invest there should try to talk with people who have already done it.