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 …

Tales From The Worst Residential Buildings In Buenos Aires

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120 beats per minute shaking you out of bed at 4:00 on a Tuesday morning. Greasy kitchen exhaust and garbled karaoke pummeling your balcony non-stop. A neon Jumbotron lighting up your living room with Quilmes, Pepsi and Samsung commercials 24/7. These are just some of the tales that Buenos Aires condominium dwellers share with La Nacion’s Veronica Dema in a …

A 14 Barrio Breakdown of Buenos Aires Real Estate Prices

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Today we follow-up last week’s post regarding average real estate prices in Buenos Aires with a more detailed breakdown of average prices for new and used residential properties in 14 Buenos Aires neighborhoods. Puerto Madero remains the most expensive neighborhood in Capital Federal for both new and used construction at US$371 and US$345 per square foot, respectively. These averages put …

UADE: Buenos Aires Real Estate Average Price Now US$220 Per SF

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A new report from the Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE) pegs the average price per square foot of new construction condos in Buenos Aries at US$220 ($2,263 per m2) and US$201 ($2,106 per m2) for existing units. The report, which examined new and existing real estate prices for condominiums in 14 Buenos Aires neighborhoods, found the highest prices for …

Palermo Real Estate: The Buenos Aires Barrio With Greatest Demand

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The Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo is the largest and most populated in the City of Buenos Aires. It also has the most gallerias and boutiques, the most museums and cultural centers, the most gourmet restaurants, the most Subte stations, the best hospitals, the most miles of Mejor en Bici paths and, of course, the most parks and sprawling green …