InvestBA Presents The 10 Most Read Real Estate Stories Of 2012

Patrick Archer aruba, foreign investment, hotels & casinos, lifestyle, real estate, tourism, uruguay

From barrios to beaches, luxury to livability and farmland to failed airlines, InvestBA presents the Top 10 Most Read Real Estate Stories in 2012. For more information about Argentina and Uruguay real estate, simply complete the form below. [gravityform id=25 name=Contact title=false description=false]

Revised Garzon Bridge Design Addresses Elevation Concerns

Patrick Archer real estate, tourism, uruguay

The proposed bridge over the Laguna Garzon separating the Uruguay coastal departments of Maldonado and Rocha is a few steps closer to reality now that the latest iteration addresses government-raised elevation concerns. Six months ago the project architects proposed a flexible, floating bridge which could be reconfigured into different shapes, but local officials voiced concerns over extreme low tide scenarios …

Carilo Property Owners Price Themselves Out Of The Market

Patrick Archer aruba, lifestyle, real estate, tourism

“Greed, for lack of a better word, is good. Greed is right. Greed works.” And if there’s an Argentine coastal corollary to Gordon Gekko’s touching soliloquy, it would be “Greed will kill your prospects for renting out your beach home this summer and send your fellow Argentines in search of more affordable and more attractive beach destinations abroad.” And that’s …

Rosario Real Estate Market Finding New Life After Dollars

Patrick Archer aruba, real estate, tourism

There are signs of life and renewed strength in Rosario, and Argentina’s third-largest city may give brokers, developers and would-be sellers in other metros cause for optimism in 2013. Despite double-digit drops in monthly closings during the first two-thirds of 2012 vs. 2011, Rosario real estate activity is showing new signs of life after dollars. Successful pesofication of the new …

Rocha’s New Deep Water Port Will Receive Cruise Ships Too

Patrick Archer arts & entertainment, lifestyle, tourism, uruguay

The coastal Uruguayan Department of Rocha will receive an important boost to year-round tourism thanks to a project that was originally envisioned more for exporting commodities rather than welcoming foreigners. The future deep water port in Rocha will be the largest infrastructure project in Uruguay’s history and a critical addition to the country’s port infrastructure expediting the flow of Southern Cone …