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Argentine Distressed Farm Syndication Opportunity

We are currently investigating the appetite for smaller investors to have an exposure to Argentine Distressed Farm Syndication that will specialize in Distressed Farm Properties for sale in Argentina and Uruguay. These will be direct farm purchases.

With the downturn in International commodity prices many owners are now under extreme stress and risk of bankruptcy. This fund will on the one hand give them a way out with an added opportunity to invest in it themselves and on the other hand give smaller investors the chance to buy in at rock bottom prices.

It will be managed by one of the most experienced farm operators in the Southern Cone.

If the idea of investing in Argentine Distressed Farm Syndication appeals we will put you on the mailing list for information. Please send an email to [email protected] with the heading Distressed Farm Syndicates.

Contact the Gateway to South America team to learn about the best investment opportunities in the region. The company is a benchmark for foreign investors wishing to invest in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay, providing expert advice on property acquisition and investment tours.

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  • 10/04/2015

    Here is a local article by EL Rural on the current confused state of the rural markets. Argentina has still has a number of Provinces yet to comply with the original regulations brought in some years ago re the amount of land foreigner can buy in each Province. They are Córdoba, Santa Cruz, Santiago del Estero, Corrientes, Jujuy, Salta, Catamarca y San Juan.

    http://www.elrural.com/noticias/actualidad/2015-04-08-piden-el-cumplimiento-de-la-ley-de-tierras

  • 07/04/2015

    As an update to this we have decided not to proceed with the Argentine Distressed Farm Syndicate at this stage due the complexities of the new Restricted Land Law which in many cases is still not clear to its true meaning and is further complicated by the fact some Provinces have yet to finish updating their land registries so no one knows ahead of time if potential purchases are near the limit permitted or not. The other complication is that because of Argentina’s current default position in the International markets and resulting frozen USD/Peso market it in the too hard department for the time being. This is a shame for many larger land owners (over 1,000 ha) are locked in with non-saleable properties. We will revisit this when we can see clearly who might win the upcoming Argentine elections. We will revisit this in a couple of months.

    We will instead concentrate on the Paraguay Farm Syndicates which offer investors a more transparent option.