Understanding Uruguay Farmland Soils Classification: Coneat values

What is CONEAT? This project started back in 1968 when the National Commission for the Agronomic Investigation of the Land was founded to develop criteria for the definition of the productivity of each parcel of land of Uruguay. (Comisión Nacional de Estudio Agronómico de la Tierra). The CONEAT commission recollected data from producers, technicians and also from field studies, laboratories and institutions that helped to develop the CONEAT index . At that time, it was created purely for taxation…

Who can buy Real Estate in Uruguay – physical or legal persons?

Cows in Uruguay
Many prominent South and Central American countries have limitations for foreigners buying farmland. ie Argentina and Brazil, foreigners can not buy properties bordering another country or extensive properties. In Uruguay, there are no such limitations. The Uruguayan government has been very open towards foreigners investing in local Real Estate. Buyers from all over the world have the same rights as Uruguayan citizens. They are granted the same economic advantages when they acquire Real Estate in Uruguay.…

Updated Uruguay Farmland Report March 2021

Transactions in the period January – March 2021. In the first three months of the year, there have been 27 transactions of productive farmland in Uruguay. In January some large forestry properties changed ownership. These timberland operations are situated in eastern Uruguay and refer to eucalyptus for the pulp industry.  The price of timberland depends on availability of wood, but in general, one can say that price fluctuates between 3.000 and 4.500 USD per hectare. In March, we saw large tracts of cropland…

Coronavirus Deals: 5 Cheapest Places To Buy Real Estate Now (And Make Money)

Have you ever dreamed of buying a house—for cheap—in a foreign country and moving there to live the expat life? Or buying an investment property and renting it out? Or getting a fixer-upper and flipping it for big bucks down the road? This could be your moment. While the coronavirus pandemic has been devastating, it has also had a silver lining by creating real estate bargains around the globe at a time of unprecedented low interest rates. “Nothing like the coronavirus crisis has come along before,”…
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