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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.

Argentina: New Regulation For The Purchase Or Sale Of Real Estate

María Elsa Castro Moore Stephens 04.05.2009

Argentina drawing in property investors

About Property 04.05.2009
Argentina: New Regulation For The Purchase Or Sale Of Real Estate

With the object of having greater control and reducing tax evasion in the purchase and sale of real estate in Argentina, the tax authorities (AFIP) have created a register of real estate operations which exceed RA $300,000 (approx. USD $84,000).

Argentina drawing in property investors

A small wine-making community in north-west Argentina is being transformed into a buying ground for international investors.

Argentina Eases Capital Controls To Facilitate Tax Amnesty

Michael Casey The Wall Street Journal 20.03.2009
Financing Property in South America, Argentina

Although we are currently in the grip of a global recession/depression, there are still areas where property prices continue to rise and emerging property markets where investors can still find cheap, appreciating property, good for long term investment potential.

Argentina Eases Capital Controls To Facilitate Tax Amnesty

Seeking to overcome a legal impediment to plans to attract fund repatriation via a tax-amnesty plan, the Argentine government has relaxed capital controls on certain categories of incoming foreign-exchange transactions.

Buying Property in Argentina

Shelteroffshore 18.03.2009
Buenos Aires construction industry optimistic about mid term recovery

Following five years of strong growth the construction industry in the Argentine capital Buenos Aires has begun a new cycle. In 2008 the total number of construction permits authorized by local authorities reached 2.5 million square metres which represents a contraction of 20.3% compared to 2007, and anticipates a decline in activity for this year, according to a report from the local consultants Real Estate Report.

Buying Property in Argentina

A guide to the property buying process in Argentina where increasing numbers of Britons, Europeans and North Americans are setting up home

Is Mendoza the Best Place to Retire?

Ronan McMahon Todays Financial News 16.03.2009
 
Is Mendoza the Best Place to Retire?

A new middle class in Brazil means more people are going on vacations. It also means food consumption will go up, and not just in Brazil–some reports suggest a 50% increase in global food demand by 2025.

 
 





 
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