Belo Horizonte, Brazil, August 30, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Souza Tassini Imoveis, Ltda. is today announcing an investment that is destined to provide a smile. An artisanal cachaça distillery, selling for R$1.5 million ($802,000) with about a hundred and twenty thousand liters worth of top notch Brazilian cachaça waiting in storage tanks ready to be either enjoyed or bottled and labled on site and sent to market to be sold alongside the best of Brazil. The property is located in a beautiful tourist region and includes roughly 13 hectares (about 30 acres) of production land, sugar cane crops, and a beautiful owner’s home.
It’s considered an excellent investment and a lot of fun and adventure in one of the most beautiful regions of the Brazilian countryside. More information can be found at http://braziliancachaca.weebly.com.
Brazil is the future, and Minas Gerais is the reason.
Pregnant with gold, diamonds, precious minerals and gemstones of every sort, with an enormous wealth of agriculture and industry and bolstered for the first time in recent history by an incredibly durable currency, Minas Gerais, the commodity rich foundation of the Brazilian economy, is the answer to today’s anxiety ridden question, “where is value?”
Uniquely boasting national energy independence, a huge national surplus, investment grade national bonds which continue to be upgraded by ratings agencies even as the world slips deeper into economic crisis, 14 percent of the world’s usable water supply ( 90 percent more than any other nation ), and with the state capital, Belo Horizonte, considered by the United Nations as having the best quality of life of all the major Latin American cities…all this while situated on a treasure trove of mineral and agricultural commodities, the Brazilian State of Minas Gerais calms the anxieties of the worst pessimists. For those optimistic about a quick recovery for the global economy, a red hot Brazilian stock market doubling in value in the last six months, benefiting from well educated, inexpensive labor, and cheap energy and materials clearly demonstrates that real estate in Minas is an all weather investment.
No need for central heat in the tropical climate. No headaches at gas pumps where gas, ethanol, and fuel alcohol prices languish in the world’s most advanced alternative energy market. Arguably the most stable political and economic environment in the world today; safe, affordable, with one of the best school systems in Latin America, a Tuscany rivaling landscape, a thriving arts culture with world class artists and musicians, Minas is everything that those in search of investment security could want.
Not yet truly discovered by global property investors, still far from the throngs Rio's and Sao Paolo's carnivals, no skimpily clad dancers, no ten mile long traffic jams, huge crowds of drunken tourists don’t invade the streets. Even as Belo Horizonte offers the best in business, art, and leisure, it’s quiet, reserved, relaxed reputation denotes understated advantage.
The Thirty Year Miracle
Up until 2007, the thirty year mortgage was virtually non-existent in Brazil. A ten year home finance product was available for those who could afford it, but most needed to work for years to save up enough to be able to afford monthly payments. The stifling effect on the Brazilian real estate market was stark.
But since late 2007, early 2008, the introduction of the thirty year mortgage for Brazilian nationals has turned Brazil into a burgeoning ownership society. It continues to boost the Real’s liquidity, increases property values, and decreases monthly mortgage payments thus boosting consumer spending. It is expected to help expand the Brazilian middle class by a whopping 60% by 2015. It forces Brazil onto the world stage as a new and adequate source of consumer demand. And it drives business into Brazil in an effort to meet that demand.
Souza Tassini Prepping for Volume
Luiz P. Tassini, proprietor of Souza Tassini Imoveis Ltda., in the wake of the massive Visanet IPO is expecting increased investment in Brazil's rich interior and is preparing for a storm of foreign investment funds to hit the Minas Gerais real estate market. His decision to introduce buyer's agency for international investors is based partly on the economic weather and partly on the acquisition of multi-lingual personnel to his growing company to help with translations and interpersonal communications issues.
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Souza Tassini Contact Information:
Phone +55 ( 31 ) 3427-1000