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Very high demand for new office space in Buenos Aires means all new projects are pre leased

“What is already built, is fully leased”; All the main market analysts agree. This semester will add 8 new buildings, which increase the inventory 3.6% but not enough to satisfy strong demand.   Real estate market analysts agree that this will be a good year for the office segment. The Buenos Aires market…

Now is the time to Invest in Latin America’s Tourism Boom

Latin America’s Tourism Boom continues. According to the UN’s World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) tourism is the 3rd largest export in the world, with international sales worth more than the food or auto industries. The number of international journeys made globally each year has jumped from 25 million in 1950 to more than 1.2 billion today. That exponential…

Which countries head the list for money laundering ?

Dirty secrets: financial crime Those looking to hide—or expose—ill-gotten gains will pore over the latest Financial Secrecy Index, published today by the Tax Justice Network, a campaign group. It ranks jurisdictions based on a combination of their level of legally enshrined secrecy and the size of their financial centres. The higher a country is on the list,…

Real estate uses will dramatically change in the next decade if not sooner.

The future of real estate will be influenced by disruption technology as people change the way they shop, travel and even grow their food, a world-renowned professor of real estate says. San Diego University professor Norm Miller, recently said at an international property conference, said the technological innovations coming, from…

A Decade in the Farmland Asset Class Evolution

By Jeff Conrad, Managing Principal and President, AgIS Capital “Courtesy of Global AgInvesting. Reprinted from GAI News, Jan. 18, 2018.” Institutional investment in farmland grew significantly over the last decade. This growth started in the more developed U.S. market and spread to emerging markets around the world. During this time, the NCREIF…

Chile turns to Piñera to lead economic recovery

Sebastián Piñera, Chile’s billionaire former president, won the presidential election on Sunday, returning to the office he held from 2010-14 in the latest swing to the right in Latin America. The 68-year-old former airline magnate — whose anticipated victory propelled the local stock market to record highs this year after six years of stagnation…