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My B&B For Your NYC - Permanent Swap

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I have a 16 unit B&B in the beautiful city of Fortaleza, blessed with the best climate in Brazil. I am 70 years old & retiring. Perfect for a couple. Heart of downtown with view of the ocean. It's an easy walk of 1 block to beach, nightlife, museums, theaters, banks, restaurants, shopping. Half of the units have kitchens. We have a pool, garage, BBQ, deck, garden & laundry on site. Airport has easy direct flights to Miami & Orlando daily. Neighborhood is mostly high rise apartments and hotels. Perfect location to add a restaurant if desired. Staff of 3, not including myself. It's known for friendly people, breathtaking beaches, great seafood plus it's always summer! I commute back and forth from NYC. I have been operating in Fortaleza since 1994. I am looking to do a permanent swap, trade value of my building $500,000. Please email me any questions you may have.
Living in Brazil would be a dream come true for many foreign investors looking for a fresh start in an exciting, democratic country. Brazil is a vast nation on a scale similar to the United States, while its biggest cities like São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro are larger than anything the USA has to offer. Property is extremely affordable, land is also cheap, as if the cost of living in general. Brazil is a great place to raise a family, and there are literally endless amounts of outdoor activities to pursue. While the public education and health system is somewhat overloaded, if one goes private, the standards are as good as anything in Western Europe.
Brazil is the fourth biggest democracy, fifth largest country and ninth largest economy in the world
Brazil ranks fifth on the UN’s Sustainable Growth Index
Brazil is the third-largest food exporter in the world
Brazil offers its citizens democracy, freedom and political stability
Brazil has one of the lowest unemployment rates in Latin America, registered at 5.3%
Brazilians have international mobility
The Brazilian passport has visa free access to 153 countries, and includes such areas as South America, Central America and the Caribbean, parts of Africa and Southeast Asia, areas of Asia but most importantly, Western and Eastern Europe in its entirety
Brazil was one of the very first multi-racial countries, and continues to respect immigrants, their religions and beliefs
Brazil actively encourages foreign investment, allowing 100% foreign ownership of land and property
Brazil allows dual citizenship
Thank you, James
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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