South American Real Estate News
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2018 South American Consumption Growth Analisis

The end of the first quarter of 2018 gives us a first glimpse of 2017 sales results in Latin America’s leading markets. Across the region, consumption grew thanks to strengthening currencies, falling interest rates and rebuilding consumer confidence. With the region’s big three (Brazil, Mexico and Argentina) enjoying modest to very strong consumption…

Construction to Start on the International Tunnel Paso de Agua Negra in 2019

In 2019 it is planned to begin the construction of one of the most important logistics and engineering works in the continent: International Tunnel Paso de Agua Negra, which will connect San Juan with the Coquimbo region in Chile, 365 days a year. The tunnel will be the key core of the Central Bioceanic Corridor (it represents…

BlackRock Global Investment Management targets Brazil and Argentina in LatAm expansion plans

BlackRock is setting its sights on Brazil with the aim of developing and expanding its business to offer a full range of asset management services to local investors. In an interview with Citywire Americas, BlackRock’s head of Latin America and Iberia, Armando Senra, said that after becoming a key player…

The Palacio Estrugamou apartments are a reflection of Argentina’s Golden Age

“The classic and refined is sometimes associated with formality and excess. To me, it’s the opposite. In this case, the challenge was to transform that formality into something cheerful and luminous.” Said Maria Silvia Loitegui, decorator in charge of giving new life to this wonderful apartment located in a building full of splendor:…

Argentina: Sentiment on Argentina is running hot

Sentiment on Argentina is running hot. Really hot. Unfortunately for the optimists, sentiment isn’t the only thing running hot in Argentina. The country is experiencing its worst drought in 30 years – an event that is already causing GDP estimates for this year to get dinged. More on that in a second. But first, let’s look at the…