Central and South America

South America real estate analysis: autumn 2015

Plunging commoditieSao-Paulo-generic-THUMB.jpegs prices have hit the resource-focused continent, but there is still scope for investment, writes Katie Puckett

The party may be over in the once-booming markets of South America, but for the well-advised, long-term investor, there are opportunities.

Brazil, the continent’s largest market and home to more than half of its 388m population, is set for negative GDP growth in 2015. The outlook is little better for 2016, but it is the worst-performing of the BRIC markets. Across the region, plunging global commodities prices…

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