Agritourism, Organic Farming On the Rise in Argentina

Patrick Archer agribusiness, tourism, wine & vineyards

With spring upon us and the growing season ready for liftoff, agricultural activities in Argentina and Uruguay are becoming more organic and attracting more foreign tourists in the process. According to FreshPlaza.com, Argentina now has the second largest land area dedicated to organic production. Argentina’s 10 million organic acres are only surpassed by Australia with 30 million; the U.S., China …

Average Rental Rates For Buenos Aires Neighborhoods

Patrick Archer average prices, buenos aires events, real estate

The cost of rental housing in Capital Federal and the Greater Buenos Aires (GBA) area rose an average of 27% in the past year, according to a new market study from Reporte Inmobiliario. The report focused on rental rates for two-room apartments, the most popular unit size in Greater Buenos Aires in terms of both supply and demand. Clarin’s Pablo Novillo …

Luxury Buyers Seek Unique Properties in Buenos Aires

Patrick Archer buenos aires events, foreign investment, real estate, tourism

With looming tax hikes, rising real unemployment and falling property values at home, many foreign buyers continue to look to our corner of the Southern Cone for unique real estate properties ranging from condominiums to single-family homes and vineyards to estancias, writes Annabella Quiroga in today’s iEco. And while there is always an influx of foreign travelers and potential buyers …