Buenos Aires Real Estate Sales Rose 27% In January

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The number of real estate deals in the Province of Buenos Aires rose 27% in January reversing a two-year trend of slumping sales caused by currency controls meant to protect dollar reserves in the Central Bank. The Notary College attributes the turnaround in Buenos Aires real estate sales to the partial loosening of those controls last month, and the fact that bricks …

Rosario Real Estate Market Finding New Life After Dollars

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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 …

The Future of Real Estate Developments in Argentina

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Real estate developers, builders, suppliers and buyers recently gathered at Reporte Inmobilario’s summit to discuss “The Future of Real Estate Developments” in Argentina. The stated goal of the event was to address ways to improve the quality and quantity of new projects coming to market. Local architect Domingo Speranza gave a presentation focusing on the scarcity of and record prices …

“O Alquila”: Buenos Aires Rental Inventory Surges 60% Since April

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A new wave of rental properties is coming to market in Buenos Aires, as many would-be BA sellers opt to lock in rental income for one or two years rather than selling their properties for pesos or waiting for greenback buyers in the current dollar-depleted environment. According to a new article in BAE, the number of new rental properties coming …

Degree of Argentina Real Estate “Pesofication” Depends On Location

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If there’s one real estate adage that has stood the test of time it’s Ubicacion, ubicacion, ubicacion. The importance of location coupled with the fact that all real estate markets are local are always key factors in determining property values. Now it seems location and the dictates of local markets are determining the degree of “pesoficiation” of individual Argentina real …