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Argentina’s capital sees huge increase in property sales

Nick Marr 17.05.2012
Argentina’s capital sees huge increase in property sales

New figures have found that the sales of property in Argentina’s capital Buenos Aires have increased significantly in the last year. Data from the Provincial Notary College showed that sales of homes in Buenos Aires increased by 13 per cent between March 2011 and March 2012 with a particularly steep rise in sales in the last couple of months. Keep reading to learn more about the booming sales and rental market in Buenos Aires.

Realty Check

business today 17.05.2012

Strange Times for Real Estate

Sharman Egan Lagniappe 15.07.2009
Realty Check

Real estate prices touch sky, experts rule out price bubble

The St. Louis Lofts in LoDa are being marketed in a creative way to combat a currently strange local real estate market.

A couple of months ago, I got a wild hair to sell our house in Oakleigh and buy another house nearby (the long-suffering Kevin insists my hobby is buying and selling homes, but I think that’s a gross exaggeration). Of course, it’s a lousy time to sell. I knew we wouldn’t get what we think our house is worth but I figured we’d make it up on the buying side, right?

W South Beach hotel opens July 2

SunSentinel 02.07.2009
Wyndham Hotels and Resorts Expands in Latin America

Wyndham Hotels and Resorts today announced its continued expansion in Latin America with the grand opening of the Wyndham(R) Garden Hotel Mexico City - Polanco.

W South Beach hotel opens July 2

Hip 408-unit hotel in Miami Beach joins the 517-unit W Fort Lauderdale that debuted in April

Jamaica Real Estate Strata Corporations Agitate For New Property Laws

Colin Scott Jamaica Real Estate.Net 01.07.2009

Latin American Construction Might Be Down, But It's Not Out

Joan R. Magee The Wall Street Journal 30.06.2009
Jamaica Real Estate Strata Corporations Agitate For New Property Laws

Jamaica property and strata corporations lobby government to get proactive laws that will force real estate owners to remain compliant with maintenance fees and insurance premiums; Colin Scott VP of Jamaica-Real Estate.Net comments on this unprecedented law in Jamaica's history could dramatically change the values of real estate in the island.

Latin American Construction Might Be Down, But It's Not Out

NEW YORK (Dow Jones)--Not too long ago, real-estate development in Latin America was hot, foreign money was flowing in, and local companies were going public as the construction industry boomed.

Home sales steady, but deliquencies climbing

MIKE BROSSETTE Tri-ParishTimes 25.06.2009
How to Select a Condo or Villa in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Invariably, when North Americans visit Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, they have such a good time under absolutely ideal conditions that they hate to leave. Upon returning home, many start planning their next trip to Vallarta and can only dream about retiring here someday. The fortunate ones, either currently retired or about to retire, often start thinking about how they can own a piece of Paradise and spend at least a part of their retirement in Vallarta.

Home sales steady, but deliquencies climbing

Home prices nationally continue to decline, but prices in the Houma-Thibodaux area are rising slightly, according to data provided by the California-based real estate tracking firm First American CoreLogic.


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