Argentina Farmland Prices Fall For Third Consecutive Year

Patrick Archer agribusiness, competitiveness, foreign investment, real estate

Recent Declines Follow Decade of Gains After a decade of rising land prices from 2002 to 2012, Argentina farmland prices have fallen for the third consecutive year, according to a new report from the Argentine Chamber of Rural Real Estate (CAIR). The new average rural land price data was presented by CAIR President Cristian Belaustegui at an industry event meant to summarize trends across …

Uruguay: The Land Of 3 Million That Plans To Feed 50 Million Worldwide

Patrick Archer agribusiness, competitiveness, foreign investment, uruguay

Some of the most informative and objective articles about Uruguay’s farming progress and  competitive advantages come from the outside looking in. Such is the case of this week’s analysis from Bolivia’s leading newspaper, La Razon. “Uruguay Applies Smart Agro To Feed 50 Million” is the title of the article which charts the exponential growth of Uruguay’s productive farmland thanks to …

Argentine Companies Cost Up To 50% Less Than Comparable Regional Firms

Patrick Archer agribusiness, average prices, competitiveness, foreign investment, franchises, real estate

Companies in Argentina across industries cost up to 50% less than comparable firms in Latin America, according to a new survey of market valuations and M&A activity. A summary of First consulting group’s findings is featured in today’s La Nacion along with graphs showing negative factors like the lack of available bank financing available to private sector companies in Argentina. …

For Sale: 208 Acre Uruguay Waterfront Property & Luxury Home In Carmelo

Patrick Archer agribusiness, lifestyle, real estate, uruguay

InvestBA is pleased to present this beautiful Uruguay waterfront property with two homes, income-producing soybean production and upscale amenities in Carmelo. The property encompasses 84.5 hectares (208 acres) spread across three parcels with a full quarter-mile of coveted riverfront on the northern end of the property and Route 21 on the southern boundary of the parcel. The home is centrally …

Uruguay Estancia & Luxury Lodge On 80 Acres In Charming Carmelo

Patrick Archer agribusiness, creative class, hotels & casinos, lifestyle, real estate, tourism, uruguay

Tuscany meets Montecito in charming Carmelo. One of Uruguay’s oldest estancias has been lovingly restored over the past decade by a California couple who transformed the property into a destination luxury lodge attracting world travelers year-round. Built in 1830, the Casa Principal features sweeping arches, 2-foot thick adobe and brick walls, fine antiques, a large living room with custom-made fireplace …