Uruguay Owners Accepting Argentina Properties As Payment

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In a new chapter of Uruguayan ingenuity to circumvent Argentine regulations, property owners in and around Punta del Este are beginning to accept Argentine properties as payment for lots, homes and condominiums. “In Punta, Owners Are Now Accepting Argentina Properties As Payment For Real Estate,” is the headline of Marcelo Gallardo’s analysis of one Uruguay property broker’s creative marketing campaign …

Montevideo Real Estate Rental Demand, Prices Remain Firm

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“The demand and the market remain firm. There hasn’t been a drop in rental rates nor a decrease in sales prices,” is the lead quote in today’s analysis of the Montevideo rental market in El Observador. As usual, the typical January/February slowdown in Uruguay rental market activity among families and working professionals was offset by college students in the interior …

How Much Does Real Estate Cost In Buenos Aires?

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There is an excellent analysis of the Buenos Aires real estate market in today’s iProfesional which takes a deep dive into historical data, barrio trends, exchange rates, interest rates, mortgage penetration and market pesofication. As sweeping as it is granular, it takes a very complex topic and makes it more opaque by offering a laundry list of reasons why average …

Where Is The Most Affordable Real Estate In Argentina?

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New data out this week shed light on what are the most affordable real estate markets in Argentina beyond Buenos Aires (BBA). The nationwide survey from Reporte Inmobiliario focuses on the average price per square foot for an existing 2 or 3 room apartment in a dozen cities in the Argentine interior. The three most expensive Argentine real estate markets …

Open Your Own Subway Franchise In Argentina Or Uruguay

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Subway co-founder Fred DeLuca was in Montevideo this week visiting some of the company’s Uruguay locations and sat down for an interview with El Pais reporter Gabriela Rocha. Over a lunch of six-inch subs at the Montevideo Shopping, DeLuca shared the secrets of success for the Subway franchise model and potential franchisees looking to open their own Subway often with …