Buenos Aires Real Estate Costs A Fraction of NYC, Paris And Now…Even Brazil

Patrick Archer aruba, average prices, competitiveness, foreign investment, global rankings, real estate

But don’t take our word for it. This report comes from the Jornal Florianopolis in the Southern Brazilian state of Santa Catarina. The article written by Beatriz Thielmann of Jornal Floripa was intended to emphasize just how expensive real estate in Brazil is today, especially in Rio and Sao Paulo. The headline, Real Estate in Sao Paulo and Rio de …

Swiss Investors Drawn to Buenos Aires Real Estate

Patrick Archer aruba, foreign investment, hotels & casinos, real estate

A group of 50 executives from Switzerland came to Argentina last week to explore opportunities in the Buenos Aires real estate market. Several members of the group like Hans-Peter Bauer have already invested millions of dollars in the acquisition of BA raw land and properties, according to Telam. Bauer says his group plans to increase their stake in Buenos Aires …

Despite Slowdown Abroad, Record Tourism Arrivals, Spending in Argentina

Patrick Archer foreign investment, lifestyle, tourism, uruguay

More positive tourism data today on both sides of the River Plate validating the growing attraction of Argentina and Uruguay as a safe, affordable refuge despite economic weakness playing out on other continents. Not only are foreign visitors coming in greater numbers, they are staying longer and spending more. Newly released tourism numbers for Argentina reveal over 220,000 international passenger …

More Brazilian Winemakers Opening Vineyards in Mendoza

Patrick Archer aruba, competitiveness, foreign investment, real estate, wine & vineyards

As we learned last month, Brazil’s importance to Argentine wineries is evident in the export numbers and the rising number of Brazilian tourists discovering the wines and natural beauty of Mendoza. Now we find out Mendoza is beginning to lure more Brazilian bodegas to Argentina’s most prolific wine region. Jornal do Comercio’s Danilo Ucha says many of Brazil’s largest winemakers have …

Foreign Investors Account for 60% of Uco Valley Real Estate Investment

Patrick Archer foreign investment, lifestyle, real estate, wine & vineyards

“Another luxury real estate investment in the Uco Valley,” reads the headline in Gabriela Balls article today in Los Andes about Tierra Mansa, a 254-acre project planned for Tunuyan, the same region where Robert DeNiro was looking to buy a 100-acre vineyard. Like other master-planned projects in Mendoza, the developer envisions subdividing their parcel into private vineyard lots, although these …