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 …

Startups, Seed Accelerators Gravitate To Palermo Hollywood

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Lights! Camera! Seed Capital! The path to becoming the next Instagram or Twitter may pass through perennially cool and increasingly tech-centric Palermo Hollywood. Silicon Valley Is Emerging In The Coolest Neighborhood In Buenos Aires is the headline of Fernando Gutiérrez’s report in today’s El Observador chronicling the recent influx of tech startups and seed accelerators in Palermo Hollywood and simultaneous surge in the …

Palermo Polo Grounds Could Be Converted To Affordable Housing

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If you thought last month’s news regarding the proposed nationalization of the La Rural Expo Center was unexpected, there’s a follow-up sure to jerk the reins of polo fans, players and corporate sponsors here in Buenos Aires. Cronista’s Carlos Arbi­a says the idea of nationalizing the Campo Argentino de Polo “has begun to emerge in government offices. The objective would …

KFC Opens First Argentina Location in Alto Palermo

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A Christmas miracle of sorts for Buenos Aires residents who have been waiting over two years for the arrival of Colonel Sanders, the “Receta Secreta” and Kentucky Fried Chicken. Rumors surfaced back in October 2010 about the possible Argentine return of Pizza Hut, one of Kentucky-based Yum! Brands (NYSE: YUM) global restaurant brands. If Pizza Hut enjoyed a successful relaunch …