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Which are the most expensive and cheapest neighborhoods to rent in Buenos Aires

In the month of January 2019, the average rent in the city of Buenos Aires rose by 1.9%. However, over the past year, the increases were 10 points less than inflation leading to poor returns for landlords. After a year in which they ended with increases below inflation, rents began in 2019 with a rise of 1.9%  according to a survey conducted by the property website ZonaProp. “In 2018, rents closed with a rise of 38%, 10 points less than accumulated inflation, while the UVA loan shares were located…

Buenos Aires Real Estate sales fell 27.4% in December 2018

The real estate market echoed, in 2018, the impact of the economic crisis. Last December the deeds of sale in the province of Buenos Aires fell 27.44% over the same month of 2017 and completed a year with a negative balance. Last month 14,890 operations were completed, compared to 20,521 a year earlier. The data arises from the monthly report prepared by the College of Notaries of the province of Buenos Aires. With the December data, 2018 concluded with a total of 119,633 writes, a 6.8% less than the 128,345…

San Telmo – The new “It” Barrio?

San Telmo has been long been regarded as the bohemian heart of the city, oozing with character and charm not to mention that the barrio is the home of Tango and the world famous antique market.  However, the area has always been regarded as a little scruffy and undesirable.     Until now. For many years developers and investors alike have been speculating that San Telmo will become the new Soho due to the fact that many of the bohemian pioneers that made Soho what it is today have now been priced…

Five things to See in Buenos Aires

Hot-blooded Buenos Aires is famous for sultry dances and steamy nights, also has a chilling side and many have a ghost story to tell. Unlike other historic cities, Buenos Aires doesn’t make ghost tours a big deal. Rather than something for quacks to make a quick peso out of, the stories are part of the city’s fabric – it’s up to the visitor to do the unraveling. Here are five of the best. 1. Recoleta Cemetery (Cementerio de la Recoleta) The cemetery is a city of the dead in which 6400…

Calle Arroyo- why it’s one of Buenos Aires’ most unique and exclusive streets

Calle Arroyo has become one of the most desirable in Buenos Aires and was even baptized by Eduardo Mallea as the “elbow of aristocracy in Buenos Aires”. In the 60’s it was also home to the legendary and trendiest Mau Mau club which was one of the most original and exclusive the city has seen. The street has been home to many important and historical buildings, such as the Torre Mihanovich which today is the Sofitel Hotel (now closed), as well as architectural gems from the porteño past.…

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 Economist Intelligence Unit’s “Global Liveability Index”, which has been in place for eight years, assigns a score in the dimensions: stability; culture and environment;…

Buenos Aires Main Avenue: One pic can tell one thousand words

This pic is taken from the hotel itself across the widest boulevard in the world. 9 de Julio. . .. A post shared by 🌹💕🌸Marian🌸💕🌹 (@lachicadeloscielos) on Nov 5, 2017 at 2:00pm PST 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 disposal.…

Great Buenos Aires Spots for Retirees

Barrios para Jubilados en Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires San Telmo, Recoleta and Retiro are the three great Buenos Aires spots for retirees. These are areas of the city which are comparatively safe environments. All this, and enjoying the pleasant temperate climate of Buenos Aires, attracts many retirees from around the world: those who enjoy a very good climate and living in a city that offers a different activity for each day of the year. Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina and is known as the “Paris of South America”. Argentina has…

Buenos Aires Bikers Corner – The Best 6 spots to buy or repair your bike

In the past few years Buenos Aires has really started to compete with cities such as Amsterdam, Berlin and Copenhagen with it’s constantly improving bike-friendly reputation. Although not yet quite as renowned for it, Buenos Aires, is becoming more accessible for bikers and bike lanes can be seen on the majority of the cities roads. Previously both bikers and drivers would have been extremely wary as it would have been difficult for drivers to put up with them and frightening for bikers travelling the…

Buenos Aires, city of bookstores

Buenos Aires is a city of bookstores. They can be big and luxurious on the main avenues, discount, or sell antique books in the suburbs. Their appeal for tourists is in the history they represent and the cultural and leisure space they offer. Another interesting feature in many city bookstores is that they are located in national landmarks. Visiting the bookstores in Buenos Aires, searching their shelves, talking to their booksellers, are ways to know and understand the city and its traditions. Many bookstores…

Where to invest in Buenos Aires?

So, you decided you want to buy property in Buenos Aires but can not decide where. Hopefully this will offer you some guidance.  A recent study done by the Center for Real Estate Research (Centro de Investigaciones Inmobiliarias) ranked neighborhoods in the greater Buenos Aires areas by investment opportunities. It revealed the classic neighborhoods of Palermo and Belgrano as still being the best place to put your money.  Other top “barrios” were Saavedra, Villa Lugano, Flores,…

How to go about renovating apartments in BUENOS AIRES

Many property buyers in Buenos Aires like to take part in renovating apartments, whether it be for the sake of making a place truly their own, or for renting the unit out or reselling it to make a profit. And what does it mean to renovate an apartment? Typically, it is to capture the original style of the apartment, and preserve it while adapting it to modern demands. In addition, it is to renew its interior condition, making it valuable again. There are basically two different ways to go about considering…

Buenos Aires: The Ultimate City Break

 A city where the past and present collide in a pleasingly effervescent mixture, where the unmistakeable face of Eva Perón still adorns many of the buildings alongside that of her present day equivalent Christina Fernández de Kirchner. A place where one can explore streets lined with ancient colonial bistros that blend with McDonald’s and Starbucks coffee houses and where the memory of past revolution lingers in the air. Buenos Aires by Day No trip to Buenos Aires would be complete…

San Telmo, Buenos Aires – a mecca for tourists

San Telmo, Buenos Aires – a mecca for tourists Sometimes a new place just reaches out and takes you into its arms. One minute, Carla Jacome was part of the crowd of tourists taking in a Sunday morning tango demonstration at San Telmo’s Plaza Dorrego. The next, she was part of the show, gliding through the unfamiliar steps in the firm embrace of tango maestro Osvaldo Boo, the picture of suave elegance in a dark gray suit, fedora and white scarf. Welcome to San Telmo, an aging downtown barrio that…

Buenos Aires is stunningly decorated by its trees

Every ‘Porteño’ (local from Buenos Aires) has their own Buenos Aires. With the wide avenues, the tango, the gastronomy, the nightlife and the colourful city. That which we don’t all notice or look at, Buenos Aires displays its stunning nuances around the city in each season. It paints the streets with a full palette in its cycle which month to month it paints a different sky via the treetops. This is the tour of the cycle of a beautifully aesthetic Buenos Aires, changing from pink into…
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