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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.…

The no 1 App for Architectual Lovers when visiting Buenos Aires

Some people like to get to know cities through their museums. Others prefer to get lost in the streets and just see where that takes them. This app falls in the middle of the two, offering a comprehensive guide of Buenos Aires through one of its most appealing qualities: architecture. Arqi is, essentially, an interactive map of 100…

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, …

Argentine Foreign Investor Law Changes

ARGENTINA SIGNIFICANTLY BROADENED THE DEFINITION OF “PERMANENT ESTABLISHMENT” AND YOU DID NOT EVEN NOTICE As part of the tax reform package enacted by Congress last December, 1 legislators tinkered with the definition of “Permanent Establishment.” While many, including WSC, reported on the various changes to the tax code, all but the most specialized…

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…

El Paseo del Bajo will open in Buenos Aires in 2019

In one year it is anticipated that the Paseo del Bajo ( under pass )will be inaugurated, which is the work of the Porteño local government – together with the Corporación Puerto Madero, connecting the Illia highway with the Buenos Aires-La Plata and 25 de Mayo. This new 7.1 km long corridor will channel heavy transportation away from the city…

Technology and its distruptive impact on the real estate industry

What is the transformative impact of technology for Real Estate Brokers . “Real Estate Agents will not be replaced by technology …. they will be replaced by agents with technology.” – Peter Williams – CEO of Deloitte Digital The principle here is that the real estate industry is not in imminent danger of…

Argentina Wins Upgrade to Emerging Status after nine long years

Argentina won promotion to emerging-market status for the first time in almost a decade, rewarding President Mauricio Macri for his efforts to scrap capital controls and normalize the economy after taking over in 2015 following years of mismanagement. The decision by MSCI Inc., which dropped Argentina to frontier status in 2009, may set…

100,000m2 Cultural Centre in Buenos Aires is one of the largest in the world

The Centro Cultural Kirchner (CCK) is the largest cultural centre in Latin America and the third largest in the world. It occupies the entire building of the former central post and telegraph office  – one of the city’s most important historic buildings and an outstanding example of French second empire architecture.…

10 Terrible Mistakes many Real Estate investors make

Although this post is aimed at residential investors it could apply to all real estate investors. Once the real estate market starts to recover, investing in property also becomes an appealing option — either as a career or a great side job. Like any other endeavour, though, there’s a right way and a wrong way to go about it. Bankrate spoke with…

Interview with Nicolás Dujovne, Argentina’s Treasury Minister

What was the strategy behind the fiscal reform? Minister Dujovne: When we came to power we inherited a large fiscal deficit, a high level of public spending and a heavy tax burden. All three have to be cut but the only way it can be done is gradually because if we cut taxes very quickly then the deficit will increase. It’s only by cutting…

A New Real Estate Marketing option for Independent Brokers and Vendors

We are offering a new option for independent brokers and private Vendors to market their real estate or Agricultural related businesses for sale  outside their home location For some time now GTSA – Marketing has been marketing individual properties or projects for vendors and independent brokers without being involved…

When do I have to Pay Taxes in Argentina as an Foreigner?

As we’re in the middle of tax period you may be wondering if and when you need to pay taxes in Argentina as a foreigner. In this article, we give you an overview of the Argentine tax calendar and how it affects expats as individuals and as business owners. First of all, whether you’re a resident or a foreign beneficiary (working in Argentina…

The Best of the Best | A Luxury Stay in Buenos Aires | Five Hotels, Five Personalities

Counted among the most cosmopolitan destinations in South America, Buenos Aires is a city that blends the vibrancy of modernity with timeless sophistication, art, history and old-world glamour. Walk down many of the city’s streets and you’ll find that the eateries and boutiques that line them are alive with these…

11 Things I Learned About Investing in Argentina

After completing my studies at the University of Canterbury I wanted the challenge of living and working abroad in a foreign language. With the help of the New Zealand Prime Minister ́s Scholarship and the New Zealand Embassy to Argentina, I undertook a three-month legal internship with Wiener.Soto.Caparrós in Buenos Aires. WSC is a mid-size law…