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New Property Regulations will affect Buenos Aires Landlords in 2014 involved in short term vacation rentals who are working outside the law.

2014 looks at a new fully operational law targeting the current increasing supply of temporary rental properties aimed at tourists in Buenos Aires. The transactions are not currently regulated for those who currently rent out properties in Buenos Aires  the…

Gateway’s Marketing Funnel helps Investors find new opportunities in South American

More and more of our South American vendors want to promote their properties using digital and social media tools along with the traditional media. To assist with this we are going to increase the number of marketing opportunities for their properties to appear in. This will be a substantial benefit for those with…

Can Argentinas decrease in growth rate actually help the economy?

The World Economic Outlooks report forecast figures for Latin American growth rate were brought down by the IMF on Tuesday to 2.7%. The Chief Economist for the World Bank’s Latin America and Caribbean Office, Augusto de la Torre said that Argentina is above Latin America and Caribbean countries average in terms of growth this year…

The Bioceanico Aconcagua Tunnel – Joining the food bowls of South America to Asia

The Bioceanico Aconcagua Tunnel – Joining the food bowls of South America to Asia The Pacific Ocean: the Epicenter of the 21st Century As the Mediterranean was the sea of the past, and the Atlantic that of the twentieth century, the twenty-first century global economy will have its epicenter in the Pacific Basin.…

Where to live in Buenos Aires?

What better way can a residential real estate agent truly know and understand the different neighborhoods they sell properties in than to actually live there?  And that is exactly what I did.  Lived in 6 different locations throughout downtown Buenos Aires. As my husband and I were recent “empty-nesters”, we felt the need to downsize our home and improve our…

Buenos Aires’ most desirable neighbourhood. The chic and fashionable Palermo Soho.

Palermo is Buenos Aires’ most fashionable and exciting area. Often referred to as “alternative”, the Soho area is likened to the trendy Soho areas of both London and New York. The term ‘Soho’ seems to globally denominate the zones that bring together artists, fashion and the most stylish restaurants. The bohemian…