The Argentina Investment Report for April 5, 2016

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The Argentina Investment Report for April 5, 2016 By Patrick Archer MADRID – Only four years removed from Argentina’s expropriation of YPF under the Kirchner administration, Spanish companies are looking at Argentina with renewed optimism. This week executives from Abertis, BBVA, Gas Natural, Gestamp, Iberia, Mapfre, NH, and Santander traveled to Buenos Aires to participate in yesterday’s Argentina-Spain Business Forum at the Alvear Palace Hotel. …

Argentina Farmland Prices Fall For Third Consecutive Year

Patrick Archer agribusiness, competitiveness, foreign investment, real estate

Recent Declines Follow Decade of Gains After a decade of rising land prices from 2002 to 2012, Argentina farmland prices have fallen for the third consecutive year, according to a new report from the Argentine Chamber of Rural Real Estate (CAIR). The new average rural land price data was presented by CAIR President Cristian Belaustegui at an industry event meant to summarize trends across …

5 Signs The Argentina Real Estate Market Is Finally Rebounding

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The winds of change and optimism are finally blowing again in the streets and offices of Argentine real estate brokers and developers. One week after the Buenos Aires Notary College reported two consecutive months of sales increases, iProfesional’s Patricio Eleisegui offers five signs of a real estate rebound nationwide after three years of decline. 1. Stability of the Blue Dollar: The fact that it has …

With Dollars Scarce, Real Estate Prices Continue Falling Across Argentina

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Four years after the imposition of US dollar currency controls, average real estate prices are still posting double-digit declines across Argentina. Due to the Lack of Dollars, The Price of Apartments Fall In Almost All of Argentina is the headline of today’s analysis in El Cronista showing the average price of existing properties fell in 20 out of 25 real estate markets …

Argentina Construction Costs Fall To Lowest Level In Six Years

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Construction costs in Argentina have fallen sharply since 2008 prompting developers and consumers to take advantage of the lower cost environment and move forward with residential and commercial projects. The Cost To Build In Dollars Is The Lowest In Six Years is the headline of Patricio Eleisegui’s analysis in iProfesional which describes new construction as an attractive niche in an …