How Do Uruguay Farmland Prices Compare To The United States?

Patrick Archer agribusiness, average prices, competitiveness, foreign investment, real estate, uruguay

The USDA just released their annual report of US farmland values, so we wanted to see how Uruguay farmland prices compare to one of the world’s largest producers and exporters of agricultural commodities. The USDA’s Land Values 2014 Summary breaks down the US farmland market into five main growing regions: Appalachian, Corn Belt, Lake, Northeast and Northern Plains. (Note: We …

Agribusiness Dominates List Of Wealthiest People In Uruguay

Patrick Archer agribusiness, global rankings, lifestyle, real estate, uruguay, wine & vineyards

In some countries, it’s who owns the oil. In others, its who creates the next Instagram or Twitter. But in Uruguay, it’s who owns the land and what they produce from sheep to steers to soybeans. The 120 Richest People in Uruguay is the headline of the list compiled by Entorno Inteligente which is dominated by large-scale land owners and …

Uruguay Boasts The Highest Cattle Per Capita Rate In The World

Patrick Archer agribusiness, foreign investment, uruguay

“El Pais de la Carne” (The Country of Meat) is how Spain’s El Mundo describes Uruguay in an article highlighting more steak and sheep superlatives in this beautiful country de carnivoros. First, the average Uruguayan consumes 208 pounds of meat (94.7 kilos) per year, the highest consumption rate in the world. Second, Uruguay’s 3.4 million residents are now outnumbered by cattle …

Paraguay Real Estate Attracting Record Foreign Investment

Patrick Archer agribusiness, foreign investment, real estate

Our Southern Cone neighbor, Paraguay, is attracting record levels of real estate investment according to Asuncion’s La Nacion. “Argentines and Uruguayans Lead Real Estate Investments” is the headline of Viviana Miranda’s article and interview with several Paraguay real estate professionals. “Each year, the number of foreigners looking for new markets in the real estate sector grows. The Europeans have already …

Uruguay’s Double-Digit Export Growth Fueled By Crop Diversity

Patrick Archer agribusiness, aruba, real estate, uruguay

Having a stable, transparent market with easily identifiable property values is a tremendous advantage for foreign investors in terms of site selection, and Uruguay’s soil and water conditions are ideal for production. But once the grains are harvested or the beef is boxed, what is the potential for exporting those goods abroad? The answer for Uruguay is “double-digit growth” based …