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 …

Argentina Farmland Is Still The Most Expensive In South America

Patrick Archer agribusiness, average prices, competitiveness, real estate, uruguay

The average price of Argentina farmland has fallen over the past two years…that’s the good news. The bad news?  It’s still the most expensive farmland in South America. “Farm Prices Fall In Argentina, But Firm In Neighboring Countries” is the headline of Fernando Bertello’s regional analysis for La Nacion which explains how Argentina farm prices have fallen 15 to 20 …