Montevideo Real Estate Prices Rise After Two Years Of Declines

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A new survey of average real estate prices in Montevideo reveals prices rose 4.6% in the second half of 2014 marking a much anticipated reversal of two straight years of average price declines. According to the data, compiled by El Observador from a database of 20,000 condominiums throughout the capital city, the average price of a 700 square foot (65 …

Punta del Este Real Estate Prices Fall For Third Consecutive Year

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Average real estate prices in Punta del Este have fallen for the third consecutive year, and local real estate offices are closing as more owners turn to non-traditional channels for renting their coastal properties. The tenth annual survey of new construction prices in Punta del Este shows average prices are down 7.6% compared to last year for residential towers and …

Montevideo Real Estate Prices Post Double-Digit Declines

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Montevideo real estate prices peaked in the second half of 2013 and have fallen significantly in non-coastal neighborhoods this year, according to a new survey of average prices. Since the 2013 peak, the average price of residential real estate in Montevideo has fallen 11% to US$1,542 per square meter (US$143 per square foot) according to the Valora analysis which lumps …

Carmelo, Uruguay Property Values Have Doubled Since 2008

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Carmelo is emerging as the coastal Uruguay destination of choice for high-net-worth Argentines, and the trend is reflected in a near doubling of land prices since 2008, according to the Uruguay Real Estate Chamber. “Carmelo, A New Center of Attraction For Argentine Investors” is the front page story in today’s BAE Negocios which points to a wave of new construction …

Punta del Este Condo Auction Highlights Pent-Up Demand

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When an investor group bought the abandoned Melia Hotel in Punta del Este earlier this month for US$10 million, the new developers talked about the building’s potential for attracting middle class buyers looking for their own private pedacito del este. At closure, the architect speculated small one and two-room units ranging in size from 430-680 feet would fill a void …