Buenos Aires Average Real Estate Prices Down By Double Digits

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Buenos Aires average real estate prices have fallen 10% in one year and over 20% since 2012 in some of the city’s most expensive neighborhoods. The situation mirrors average price declines across the river in Montevideo. The new average price data compiled by Reporte Inmobiliario shows the average cost of existing residential real estate in Buenos Aires is now US$1,694 …

How Do Buenos Aires Real Estate Prices Compare To London?

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An interesting headline this week from England where home prices are going through the roof. The average home price in England and Wales rose £10,000 (US$17,000) over the past five weeks alone reaching a new average price of £272,000 (US$458,000). A closer examination of real estate prices in London’s most desirable neighborhoods reveals £272,000 won’t go very far. London property website, …

60% Of Buenos Aires Residents Live Alone Or With Another Person

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A City of Buenos Aires housing survey shows the average household is getting smaller, birth rates are falling and one-third of the city’s population is now over 50. The annual Buenos Aires housing survey from the City’s Census and Statistics Board found that 31.7% of Buenos Aires residents live alone while 29.7% share space with another person. 16% of BA dwellings …

What Are Average Real Estate Prices In Buenos Aires?

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After two years of inactivity due to currency controls, real estate sales are finally picking up again in Buenos Aires. So where are average real estate prices in Buenos Aires today in three of the most popular neighborhoods for tourists and foreign investors? Prices Have Fallen Up To 20% & The Real Estate Market Shows Signs Of Life is the headline of …

New Palermo Premium Outlet One Step Closer To Overdue Opening

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A high-profile commercial real estate development in Palermo just moved one step closer to clearing an environmental hurdle which has postponed the project’s grand opening since last December. The City of Buenos Aires’ Environmental Protection Agency met yesterday to review the environmental impact study of the new Distrito Arcos, a US$60 million outdoor shopping and dining complex nestled between Palermo …