Baby Boomer Retirement in Brazil
If you're in the market for cheap beachfront
property, this is the place to shop. Crime is the country's biggest
drawback, but south from Ceara to Natal, you can enjoy super-cheap
coastal buys in safety.
Brazil is self-sufficient for fuel and making a continued big push
for bio-fuel (from cane), even passing legislation requiring car
manufacturers to modify vehicles to run on it.
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Brazil in general is not easy to navigate if you don't speak Portuguese. You can muddle your way through with Spanish, but, if you speak only English, I think you'd feel frustrated and isolated living here, not only because of the language hurdle, but also because you'd find precious few fellow expats to pal around with.
So, I say again, this isn't a place I'd recommend for retirement, certainly not for retirement on a budget. If, though, your agenda is a new life of challenge and adventure, come take a look. The beaches (Brazil's trademark attraction) are what you imagine them to be (that is, long, deep, and powder soft). And the economy is booming. The entrepreneur will find opportunity.
Brazil at a Glance
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