London, United Kingdom, May 17, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Overseas property specialists Emerging Places have just released for sale their new property development Sol do Atlantico in Natal Brazil. Located in an area between Natal and Pipa the Brazilian people regard this area as one of the most beautiful coastlines in the country. Property prices in this area are rising fast and property investors worldwide are investing in Sol do Atlantico in their numbers.
Emerging Places hold this region and development in high regard. The apartments are located just 35 minutes from the airport in Natal, 20 minutes from the popular resort of Ponta Negra and only 2 minutes walk from an outstanding beach.
Standing looking over the bay is a very Brazilian scene with dolphins swimming, local children playing football on the beach and the sounds of tropical birds singing in the palm trees.
This part of Brazil is widely regarded as having exceptional investment potential, returns of 20% last year have been seen. Construction is underway in Natal of a new airport set to be one of the largest in the world in order to cope with the huge increase in tourism that has been seen in recent years. The region is setting itself up to be a year round tourist destination, with sunshine throughout the year and a constant warm temperature, property investors are realising the investment potential here is significant.
Flights from the UK to Natal now start from £190 and the area has become very popular with holiday makers and property investors throughout Europe.
Patrick Martin Director at Emerging Places commented “Our thorough research into the Brazilian property market and the Natal area gave us a real insight into the location’s potential. With the Sol do Atlantico development we know we have the perfect project to realise this potential for our investors.”
Brazil has become politically stable and economically prosperous. Economists are predicting the country will become one of the future economic leaders along with China and India. The Brazilian government has been successful at encouraging foreign investment, helping to fuel the economy.
It is a general view that Brazil is at the beginning of a property boom and is emerging into a significant property investment market.
The Sol do Atlantico project is being built over 4.2 hectares but the 201 apartments take up only 18.6% of the ground space leaving large open spaces for a tropical garden, large swimming pool, a restaurant and other facilities. The apartments are currently under construction and are due to be finished in the summer of 2008.
All apartments have 3 bedrooms and prices start from 78,300 Euros. For more information visit http://www.emergingplaces.com