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 …

Buenos Aires Residential Rental Rates Climb 30% In One Year

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Residential rental rates in the City of Buenos Aires rose 30% on average during the one-year period ending November 2014, according to new data from the city’s Department of Statistics and Census. The report compares average prices for existing 2 and 3-room apartments with approximately 50 square meters (538 square feet) of living space in thirteen Buenos Aires neighborhoods. In …

Some Buenos Aires Residential Rentals Rise 39% In One Year

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Residential rents in some Buenos Aires neighborhoods have risen 39% over the past twelve months, as property owners attempt to keep pace with inflation through rent hikes and semi-annual adjustments. Capital Federal Rents Rise Almost 40% In One Year is the headline of today’s article in iProfesional detailing the new double-digit data from the City of Buenos Aires Statistics and Census …

New Buenos Aires Neighborhood A Magnet For Private Developers

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A 13-block stretch of prime real estate in the City of Buenos Aires originally scheduled to sit in the shadow of an elevated highway is now a magnet for private developers in Capital Federal. Parque Donado Holmberg (PDH) is the name of the new neighborhood which is bordered by the more developed barrios of Belgrano, Saavedra, Coghlan and Villa Urquiza. iProfesional’s …

Over 350 Buenos Aires Restaurants Closed In The Past Year

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Owning and operating a restaurant in Buenos Aires is no longer an attractive business model for the hundreds of Capital Federal restaurateurs who closed their doors for good in the past twelve months. The Middle Class Slashes Spending and Restaurant Closings Multiply is the headline of Alfredo Sainz’s detailed analysis in La Nacion which paints a culinary cautionary tale for aspiring …