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By William Jones, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The world has watched as the real estate market across Brazil experienced a dramatic increase over the past five years, especially in Rio de Janeiro. Despite figures showing signs of leveling off in 2013 and fears of a devaluation, with the high tourist season returning - followed by the 2014 World Cup - there is plenty of optimism for investors to be found.

The majority of caution in the Brazilian housing market 'bubble' is manifested . . .

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