A 14 Barrio Breakdown of Buenos Aires Real Estate Prices

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Today we follow-up last week’s post regarding average real estate prices in Buenos Aires with a more detailed breakdown of average prices for new and used residential properties in 14 Buenos Aires neighborhoods. Puerto Madero remains the most expensive neighborhood in Capital Federal for both new and used construction at US$371 and US$345 per square foot, respectively. These averages put …

The Most Exclusive Neighborhood in Buenos Aires Turns 100

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Buenos Aires is a city where wealth has migrated decidedly northward for over a century. The yellow fever epidemic of 1870 set the wheels in motion away from downtown 140 years ago. With the advent of cars, trains and gated communities, the migration just keeps pushing further north well beyond the boundaries of Capital Federal…with one notable exception. Barrio Parque …

Double-Digit Discounts For Argentina Buyers With Dollars

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The stagnation of real estate market activity in Argentina brought on by currency controls has been offset in recent months by the “pesofication” of the market for new condo, home and lot sales. Pent-up demand and Argentines’ preference for real estate was evident two weeks ago when one BA developer launched a new phase in Pilar and set a company …

Uruguay Farmland Rental Revenue Rises Over 500% In A Decade

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The Uruguay Ministry of Cattle, Agriculture and Fishing just released their annual survey of Uruguay farmland lease contracts, and the report sheds some light on which Uruguay departments are the most active, the most expensive and the most profitable for investors. Many new investors in Uruguay farmland choose to immediately turn around and lease out their farms, a smart strategy …

Uruguay Farmland: A Turnkey Global Investment In A Transparent Market

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Part of the wonder of tiny Uruguay is the wide range of topography and crop diversity. If Uruguay were a US state, it would rank somewhere between Florida and Missouri in terms of total land mass: 68,000 square miles. Despite its size, Uruguay boasts a laundry list of farmland producing commodities shipped around the world: soybeans, wheat, rice, cattle, sheep, …