Brazilian Strife Gives Way to the “Perfect Storm” of Opportunity for Investors

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Mason & Morse Ranch Company is Breaking into the Brazilian Farmland Market

An overview of the property.

This particular region of Brazil is known for excellent weather, soils and topography.

A productive Brazilian farming operation located in Piaui has just been listed by Mason & Morse Ranch Company. The property has all permits in place –including GPS title – plus infrastructure comprised of highways, roads and electricity. The farm is currently owned by a group of private U.S. investors. The farming operations are run by a Brazilian born farm manager with strong credentials and loyal following of local and regional labor.

Piaui is strategically located near two ports and is close to major local markets providing significant economic advantage for exports and receiving inputs as infrastructure in the region continues to progress.

This particular region of Brazil is known for excellent weather, soils and topography. However, land prices in the area are still significantly lower than in more highly developed areas such as Mato Grosso. This suggests potential for land value appreciation as the region continues to develop agricultural infrastructure and more farmland goes into production.

Recently, Brazil has been rocked by social unrest and political scandal. Combined with relatively high interest rates and declining oil prices globally, Brazil has also been experiencing lackluster economic growth. Due to the current economic turmoil, potentially high-value assets and opportunities are underpriced given the steep depreciation of the Brazilian Real, particularly in terms of the US Dollar.

While the Brazilian government is cautious and protective about issues related to large scale foreign land ownership (i.e., land grabs by sovereign funds), it supports foreign investment aimed at improving production and infrastructure, especially in the new frontiers. The Brazilian government is committed to developing infrastructure in the emerging agricultural regions, particularly in the Northeast and strongly supports export oriented growth.

In the long term, Brazil will remain Latin America’s largest economy and a prime geography for business. There will undoubtedly be more discord to come, but investors should not underestimate the resilience of what often is referred to as the "country of the future" making now the time to invest in Brazil. To view details about this property, go to: http://www.ranchland.com/brazil.

About Mason & Morse Ranch Company
Mason & Morse Ranch Company – Strategic Partner of United Country is a leading provider of farm, ranch, timber and recreational land brokerage and auction services across the United States and internationally. With roots dating back to 1961 in the Roaring Fork Valley near Aspen, Colorado, the company specializes in marketing high-value and large acreage properties across the U.S and globally. Combined, Mason & Morse Ranch Company agents offer clients more than 133 years of combined experience in farm, ranch, timber and recreational real estate sales.

Mason & Morse Ranch Company – Strategic Partner of United Country Real Estate is separately owned and operated from Mason & Morse – Coldwell Banker of Aspen, Colo.

Contact Mason & Morse Ranch Company at 877-207-9700 | http://www.ranchland.com

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