From Mendoza to Bariloche, Argentina Luxury Real Estate Booming

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

From Buenos Aires to Mendoza to the Patagonia and Salta, the sale of luxury real estate is booming in Argentina. In a detailed analysis today in Cronista, Lorena Obiol says the luxury residential market is attracting investors with some very unique offerings. The seduction is a two-way tango, she explains, with developers and end-users snatching up prime parcels and luxury …

Neighbors Reject $6.4 Million Bariloche Real Estate Development

Patrick Archer real estate

A proposed real estate development in Bariloche was recently shot down by neighbors from Villa Los Coihues, a community located in the southwestern corner of Bariloche near the Chilean border. ANBariloche says developers were hoping to build a 6.4 million mega-project on the San Marti­n Hill including a gated community, multi-family residential units, tourist lodging and shopping center. Neighbors voiced …

Buenos Aires Real Estate Office Tied To Armed Robberies

Patrick Archer real estate

OPEN HOUSE: Beautiful estate in Northern Buenos Aires neighborhood, 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, gourmet kitchen, private gardens and pool. Realtors may threaten you at gunpoint; steal your cash, electronics and other valuables; and finance their acquisition of arms and illegal drugs. Sunday 3:00-5:00. In what is a cautionary tale for foreign investors looking to purchase real estate in Buenos Aires, …

InvestBA Presents Discover Uruguay

Patrick Archer foreign investment, real estate, uruguay

InvestBA presents Discover Uruguay With today’s news regarding more Argentines moving to Uruguay and growing interest in the country among North Americans and Europeans in search of luxury living and affordable retirement, we present Discover Uruguay, a closer look at five unique destinations in the Switzerland of South America. When you discover the natural beauty and open spaces that exist …

Working in BA and Living in Colonia: The NYC + Hamptons of South America

Patrick Archer foreign investment, lifestyle, real estate, uruguay

An interesting factoid today buried in the final paragraph of an El Pai­s article regarding the strength of the Uruguay real estate market: an average of 10 Argentines per week are moving to Montevideo. Maybe a trickle more than a tidal wave, but a positive trend nonetheless that could reach a tipping point if more Argentines begin to say Basta! to the …