Where Is The Best Place To Open A Business In Buenos Aires?

Patrick Archer average prices, competitiveness, franchises, real estate

The Mall or Main Street? Santa Fe or Shopping? Callao or Centro Comercial ? These are the questions posed in a detailed analysis of the many options available to investors looking to open a retail business in Buenos Aires. While malls trump Main Street 70/30 in countries like the US, having a storefront on a prominent avenue or pedestrian street is more …

Palermo Real Estate: The Buenos Aires Barrio With Greatest Demand

Patrick Archer aruba, average prices, foreign investment, real estate

The Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo is the largest and most populated in the City of Buenos Aires. It also has the most gallerias and boutiques, the most museums and cultural centers, the most gourmet restaurants, the most Subte stations, the best hospitals, the most miles of Mejor en Bici paths and, of course, the most parks and sprawling green …

Predictions for the Real Estate Market in Buenos Aires & Argentina

Patrick Archer average prices, buenos aires events, foreign investment, real estate

With SMI, the country’s most important real estate Expo underway this week at La Rural, developers and investors are trying to make sense of the post-Nestor climate and predict the state of the market in 2011. iProfesional surveyed SMI attendees and discovered a general sense of optimism considering a weakening dollar, rising consumption and high inflation cocktail tilting the scales …

Hogar Dulce Hogar: Buenos Aires Homes Holding Value

Patrick Archer aruba, foreign investment, real estate

While most of the analysis and data in our Real Estate channel centers on apartments and condominiums, La Nacion reminds us of the often overlooked values lurking in neighborhoods throughout Buenos Aires: homes. Patient and discriminating househunters can often find attractive, reasonably-priced homes scattered in and around the multiple new construction mid-rises in BA. When considering the purchase of an …

Buenos Aires Outlet Shopping Attracting Bargain-Hunters

Patrick Archer arts & entertainment, lifestyle, tourism, vanityba

It used to be that Argentines had to travel roughly 4,500 miles to South Florida or Orlando’s International Drive to indulge in deep discount retail therapy, but it seems the outlet concept has caught on fire in one BA neighborhood. Villa Crespo has long been known as a solid, middle-class residential neighborhood, but the 2001 financial crisis left this BA …