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Argentine Real Estate Market: What is the new Electronic Ticket and how it can be used to buy off the plans apartments with credit

The Government hopes with this new tool to boost sales of apartments sold of the plans in the City President Mauricio Macri presented this Monday a new tool to increase sales of sold off the plans apartments “The Electronic Real Estate Ticket”, a tool that seeks to boost the sales of apartments under construction in the City of Buenos Aires. The presentation was of a platform, that will operate within the Registry of the Real Property of Porteño, where the property developer and the buyer of an…

Buenos Aires Real Estate Transactions up 43.9% in one year

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Yes, Buenos Aires City real estate transactions up 43.9%. They have experienced its strongest monthly growth in sales since pro business President Mauricio Macri was sworn-in, showing signs of a tepid rebound after years of stagnation that had been caused by stringent capital controls. However, although the latest numbers were positive, experts continue to disagree over whether the recent uptick in real estate sales confirmed that sales are about to embark on sustained growth. In August real estate transactions…

Argentina’s Real Estate Market: Recovery Started

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Good news in Argentina’s real estate: the confirmation of investment in large projects, some already initiated. These include the construction of shopping centres, office buildings and homes. The real estate market was the first that collapsed with the crisis; today it is the first to react, which augurs well for the sector and the economy in general. The implementation of the changes in economic policy by the new government of Argentina, predictably, these days begins to complete the revival of the real…

Why I’m backing Argentina: top EMD manager reveals all

Pioneer’s leading bond manager Yerlan Syzdykov is backing Argentina to rise as an emerging market bond powerhouse despite it being viewed as a country ‘people love to hate’. Syzdykov, who manages the Pioneer Funds Emerging Markets Bond portfolio, revealed why the South American country is his favoured investment pick despite it still being seen as tainted by its 2002 default. Over the past three years, Syzdykov has returned 103.9% in the emerging bond space, while the fund’s benchmark – the JP Morgan…
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