Registering Property
 

Registering property

A foreigner or companies owned by a foreigner can legally purchase and lease property in Brazil. In order to secure possession of a Real Estate property the property must be register. In reality, you purchase not what you see but what’s on paper and registered and our objective is to make sure the real estate property being purchase is the same on paper, and that all documentation has been evaluated properly to avoid surprises in the future.

Strategic International Solutions for Business – SIS4Biz combined team expertise and experience will help protect your investment. We will assist with the process of finding the right property, evaluate the status of the seller and property to confirm is not linked to any pending legal proceedings, translate and evaluate documents for legal status, survey and confirm real estate market value and upon request, we will also participate on negotiations for price and terms prior to conclusion of deal and registering property.

When leasing a property in Brazil we can provide assistance with acquiring and evaluating the profile of parties involved. We will survey and confirm actual market value, provide legal support for all contracts and documentation review, secure the best insurance options and when needed evaluate and contract any necessary security system or team.
Our goal is to minimize risks and to insure that contracts and all required processes are properly executed.

The ease with which businesses can secure rights to property is shown below. Included are the number of steps, time, and cost involved in registering property. The first table lists the overall "Ease of Doing Business" rank (out of 183 economies) and the rankings by each topic. The rest of the tables summarize the key indicators for each topic and benchmark against regional and high-income economy (OECD) averages.

Indicator Brazil Latin America & Caribbean OECD Average
Procedures (number) 14 6.8 4.7
Time (days) 42 70.4 25.0
Cost (% of property value) 2.7 5.9 4.6

Summary from Doing Business 2010 data for Brazil.

 
 
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