Argentina Tax Authority Using Drones To Detect Fiscal Evasion

Patrick Archer real estate, technology

In Uruguay they’re used to maximize farm productivity. In the US, they may soon be used to expedite Amazon shipments. And in Argentina, they’re being used to patrol neighborhoods and detect real estate tax evaders. “First Satellite Images, Now The Drones Have Arrived” is the headline of Gonzalo Chicote’s article in iProfesional detailing how local tax authorities are using drones and NASA …

Where Is The Most Affordable Real Estate In Argentina?

Patrick Archer average prices, competitiveness, global rankings, real estate

New data out this week shed light on what are the most affordable real estate markets in Argentina beyond Buenos Aires (BBA). The nationwide survey from Reporte Inmobiliario focuses on the average price per square foot for an existing 2 or 3 room apartment in a dozen cities in the Argentine interior. The three most expensive Argentine real estate markets …

Argentina Summer Vacations Will Cost 25% More This Year

Patrick Archer aruba, lifestyle, real estate, tourism

As we’ve seen recently, Argentina staycations are on the rise, and now so are the prices hotels and homeowners plan to charge those who spend their precious holidays tomando sol in Carilo and Pinamar instead of Manantiales and Miami. Renting a house on the Atlantic Coast (of Argentina) will cost up to $170,000 pesos, is the title of Juan Gasalla’s detailed …

With Rising Inventory, Mar del Plata Strives for Real Estate Makeover

Patrick Archer foreign investment, real estate

The Summer Season is upon us, and Mar del Plata, the largest oceanside resort in Buenos Aires Province, is preparing for the annual influx of tourists. InvestBA has chronicled the recent wave of high-rise developments in Mardel, a town where condo supply will soon exceed demand, if it doesn’t already. In search of solutions, Noticias & Protagonistas sits down with local engineer …

Mar del Penthouse: Coastal Boom for Mar del Plata Real Estate

Patrick Archer foreign investment, real estate, tourism

Yesterday was an historic day here in Buenos Aires. Millions took to the streets to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Revolution for independence from Spain. Further down the coast in Mar del Plata, festivities were equally raucous; yet, it’s another “200” that’s generating headlines. That’s the number of new buildings currently under construction in this seaside metropolis of 550,000 …