I’ve just returned from a scouting trip to Tulum, down the coast along Mexico’s Costa Maya and into Belize. I had plenty of time to catch up with the developers of projects in Mexico and Belize where RETA members have bought—including Benjamin Beja of Tao and Sian Ka’an.
Brazil is fast becoming the bread basket of the world—it’s the largest exporter of coffee, soy, orange juice, beef, chicken, sugar and ethanol. The cerrados, Brazil’s high plains, cover 500 million acres. The USDA has estimated that 400 million acres of this could be opened for crop production. The area yet to be opened for agricultural production is 25% larger that the total crop acreage of the U.S.
Something big is going to happen in Brazil’s real estate market in December…but I wanted to send you this alert today to make sure you have time to be ready to act before the pre-release window closes—and prices rise.
Last week I told you about the pre-release of condos at Tao near Tulum, Mexico…and the special terms for members of Real Estate Trend Alert. I want to make sure you have seen this alert…and that you are aware that units are selling fast. The pre-release deal expires on December 15th.
There’s a lot going on in the world of real estate opportunities right now…too much to fit in my regular weekly alerts.
That’s why I’ve made a brief video report alerting you to important updates on Mexico’s Caribbean coast…the island of Roatan…Fortaleza’s next big thing…Ecuador’s north coast…and more.
If you have been part of this group for a while, you will know that I am bullish on Tulum (located at the southern tip of Mexico’s Riviera Maya) and a project close by. Today I’m going to tell you about the latest phase in the this project…and the special terms that have been made available to us.
In today’s Alert, I’m going to show you three ways to make money from farmland in an investor-friendly country.
The case for investing in agriculture and food is pretty straightforward. Increasing populations and wealth in emerging economies is the primary driver. As people in these economies become richer they eat more food—and more meat.
There’s a big opportunity to provide housing to Brazil’s new middle classes. One of my contacts on the ground there, Daniel Neves, is doing his own small project.
Today, you have a second chance to lock down a five-acre lot in Tulum with monthly payments of $500.
I’ve just returned from a scouting trip to Roatan—the largest of Honduras’ Bay Islands. When I arrived on Roatan, I found was an island where everything had changed…and yet nothing had changed. Let me explain..