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Big Data + AI applied to Real Estate valuations

Reporte Inmobiliario has responded in the past two months to over 68,000 queries related to the residential market through its geolocation tool, market analytics, and housing valuation engine,  for up to date Market Valuations. The tools are available online on the Reporte Inmobiliario website free to individuals and provide useful information needed…

For real estate companies in Buenos Aires, the new rental act will make less available stock pushing up rents

Real Estate professionals are against extending the contracts from 2 to 3 years and add that the banks charge very expensive guarantees. After studying the key points to the reform to the law of residential rentals proposed by the government, some real estate operators took a more critical…

How much per square metre is housing in Buenos Aires? The most expensive and the cheapest neighbourhoods

According to the report of Properati and Oikos Bs. As., some neighbourhoods in Buenos Aires have increased more than 60 percent in the last twelve months. Buying a property in the city of Buenos Aires (CABA) in March 2018 was 10.6 percent more expensive than doing it during the same month of last…

Templeton Funds: “Argentina suffered a speculative attack but is now recovering”

The head of the largest investment fund in Argentina attributed the dollar crisis to misinformation in the financial markets. One of the biggest investors in Argentina said that the financial crisis is ending, and he blamed the chaos that hit the market this summer a “massive speculative attack” and the exaggerated…

Spin it time and time again, the secret to cooking the best steak, accordingly to La Cabrera´s chef at Buenos Aires

Gastón Riveira, the owner of La Cabrera, the restaurant awarded as the best in Buenos Aires by a local diners voting, is aware the success of this gastronomic paradise resides on three key factors he summarized in his “MAS” philosophy (meaning MORE in Spanish): an acronym for…

Don’t Sell, Seduce when advertising!

Emotional ads are processed quite differently by the brain than those that appeal to logic, according to a new study published in the Journal of Neuroscience, Psychology and Economics shows that. That might seem like old news to Neuromarketing readers, but the experimental approach was somewhat different than past efforts in this area. Researchers at UCLA had subjects view different…

Top 10 Factors Affecting a Estancia’s (large farm) Value

The valuation of an Estancia and finding the price per hectare is substantially different than other types of real estate. While residential and commercial real estate prices typically rely on data based upon numerous transactions within a defined market area that can be defined as “comparable sales,” most Estancia sales are not published…

11 mistakes a new real estate sales person should avoid making

Anyone starting a new job is bound to make some mistakes along the way. Having said that there are some basic ones not to make. 1. Not choosing the best agency in the speciality you are interested in. Anxious to get their careers off the ground, many newbie agents often make the mistake of not choosing the best agency to work with. From…

Buenos Aires ranked the best city in Latin America to live, according to “The Economist”

For the fourth consecutive year, Buenos Aires led the ranking of the Economist magazine as the best city in Latin America to live. it was 61 ° between 140 cities around the world, above Santiago de Chile and San Juan de Puerto Rico. number 1 was Vienna, the Austrian capital, which dethroned the Australian Melbourne.…

A road trip through Patagonia: 7 obligatory stops on a journey along Route 40

San Martín de los Andes, Villa La Angostura, Bariloche, Lago Puelo, Esquel, El Chaltén and El Calafate are some of the places not to be missed. What to do, when to go and what to see in each destination. Embarking on a road trip through the Argentinean Patagonia, following the path of the emblematic National Route 40, implies…

Real Estate and Art in Buenos Aires: The projects of Alan Faena, Eduardo Costantini and Jorge Pérez

In Buenos Aires, there is a multitude of real estate developments that have used art as a brand identity which adds value and an additional quality of life dimension. This is in a backdrop of a trend that was born in the 90’s Art is all about emotion, it is all about aesthetics. Art is an expression, …

The future of South American Gauchos with modern farming systems

Gauchos helped defeat Spanish troops and win independence in the 19th century, but the cowboys of lore are no match for today’s soybean boom and factory farms. “The classic gaucho is disappearing,” Lisandro Floral, a 30-year-old who manages a farm of 3,800 hectares (9,400 acres) deep in the Pampas, told AFP. Floral…

More and more Argentine Provinces are producing top quality Wines

The wine industry is having a new revolution in Argentina, this time more linked to its geographical expansion than to the explosion of a flagship strain or to the reconversion of the industry;  driven by the repeal of a law that circumscribed its production to certain regions, more and more provinces are now housing wine production.…

The experience of living in a historic building in Buenos Aires

Kavanagh Building The emblematic Kavanagh building, located in Florida 1065 is a symbol of the architecture of Buenos Aires and the reference of the Art Deco movement. The construction was inaugurated in January 1936, at the initiative of Corina Kavanagh and was constructed in a record time of 14 months. At the time, with a height of…

Christoph Jakob Ehrbar: “We must aim more at the quality of the wine than to the quantity”

In 2001, Donald Hess decided to found Argentina’s oldest winery. He, a Swiss known worldwide for being a successful wine entrepreneur, already having vineyards in the United States, Australia and South Africa, but wanted to settle in South America. He went to Chile, but he found it too similar to Switzerland…