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POR QUE COSTA ESMERALDA ES UNA BUENA OPORTUNIDAD DE INVERSION ?

Porque desde muchos paises del mundo se alienta a invertir en Buenos Aires gracias a sus fantasticas condiciones. Los inmuebles son hipercompetitivos en terminos relativos de calidad-precio en relacion a las sumas que se requieren en otros lugares del mundo.

Porque la zona posee una temperatura templada gran parte del año y especialmente en verano, las altas temperatura durante el dia permiten un disfrute pleno de sus playas. Por la noche las temperaturas son agradables. Las aguas son templadas.

Porque una urbanizacion con las caracteristicas de Costa Esmeralda es unica en la Costa Atlantica Argentina. Reunir en una misma urbanizacion golf, mar, dunas, bosques de pinos, lagunas, polo, tenis, futbol, piscina, y una adecuada oferta social y residencial con seguridad y servicios completos es inusual y configura una oportunidad unica.

 
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El costo por m2 en dolares suena como musica a los oidos de inversores en otras partes del globo. Pero esta situacion, por si sola no es lo que atrae capitales, los que acuden, por ahora en forma individual, lo hacen seducidos por el paisaje, el proyecto y la oferta cultural. Todavia las oportunidades son muy interesantes y quienes se adelanten veran sus frutos.

Por otra parte vacacionar en Buenos Aires implica obtener un excelente nivel de vida a un bajo precio que implica un 25% o 40% del costo requerido en Europa, EEUU, Brasil  o Caribe. Significa tambien estar muy cerca de atractivos turisticos fascinantes y al sur del continente americano.

Comer significa un placer aparte, con muy buenas carnes y verduras tipicas. Ademas en Buenos Aires hay una gran difusion de cocina española e italiana y la calidad de los vinos argentinos es reconocida mundialmente. Los platos son abundantes y los precios muy bajos.

 

CUAL ES EL COSTO POR M2 APROXIMADO ?

En un emprendimiento como Costa Esmeralda, en esta etapa, el costo es de aprox. 40/50 U$S por m2 (en lotes con excelente ubicacion). El 85% de los lotes o fincas tienen aprox. 1000 m2.

Estos precios seran superados ampliamente cuando comience a crecer el emprendimiento en los barrios de mayor exclusividad de la costa argentina.

 

CUAL SERA LA EVOLUCION DE MI INVERSION ?

La continua expansión de la economía producida a partir de 2003, se traduce en cuatro períodos consecutivos de crecimiento del producto bruto en torno al 9% anual, superando así todas las expectativas que se habían hecho al respecto. Desde inicios de la expansión, Argentina ha sido una de las economías más dinámicas, no solo en la región sino a nivel mundial, presentando al mismo tiempo perspectivas sumamente auspiciosas como para consolidar un umbral de crecimiento en los años venideros.

Para el período 2003-06, Argentina registra luego de China y Emiratos Arabes Unidos la mayor tasa de crecimiento entre las 55 principales economías del mundo. Por ende, Buenos Aires que por el tamaño de su economía se ubica entre las 55 principales economías del mundo, también registra una de las 3 mayores tasa de crecimiento en el período antes mencionado.

 

COMO EVOLUCIONARAN LOS PRECIOS EN COSTA ESMERALDA ?

La inversion en bienes raices es considerada a nivel mundial como una de las mas seguras, pero en Buenos Aires esto tiene especial significacion. Aun en periodos de devaluacion los bienes raices mantuvieron su valor en dolares.

Los costos de mantenimiento son bajos y las cualidades del proyecto son el factor superador. En emprendimientos similares los precios se triplicaron una vez que comenzo la construccion de viviendas.

 

EN QUE ETAPA DE SU EVOLUCION SE ENCUENTRA COSTA ESMERALDA ?

Los primeros 13 fairways ya cuentan con sistema de riego en operacion. Se finalizo la impermeabilizacion de la laguna con membrana de 8 micrones y la instalcion de la estacion de bombeo. Se continuara con la laguna del 16 y luego con bentonita la laguna del hoyo 6. Se estan ejecutando los greens y sembrado de fairways. Durante 2007 finalizaran la construccion del club house, edificios de ingreso y paradores de playa.

Se terminaron las tareas en los barrios senderos I y II de las redes de agua. Se estan finalizando las tareas de caminos de los barrios interiores. Se comenzo el mantenimiento de caminos principales, terminados.


 



 

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The Sunday Times 14 / 01 / 2007

Extractado de Sunday Times: Argentina’s ready to tango

Buenos Aires offers some of the best property bargains in the world. And, says Mangal Kapoor, the British are welcome

Source: The Sunday Times: January 14, 2007

Mention Buenos Aires, and most people in Britain still think of rioters protesting about the Falklands war. But in Argentina, all that is now a distant memory. The county’s capital has reclaimed its title as South America’s most cosmopolitan city and is once again attracting visitors from around the world. What’s more, the city’s English and Anglo-Argentine communities are thriving.

A 15-hour flight from London, Buenos Aires is a beguiling city of broad avenues and well-maintained parks, where the quality of life is good and the cost of living is low. Summer runs from late November to February, with temperatures reaching average highs of 24C-29C.

And there’s more good news: property is incredibly cheap compared with capital cities of similar sophistication elsewhere in the world. Although prices have recovered substantially from the lows of the economic crisis of June-July 2002, when they fell by up to 50%, it is still possible to buy a flat in downtown Buenos Aires at a fraction of the cost in London.

Prospective buyers, though, should move fast. Official figures from the country’s College of Notaries show that property prices in Buenos Aires rose by 37% in the year to October 2006.

The hottest property spot in the city is Puerto Madero, the former docks east of the central Plaza de Mayo. Giant cranes still loom on the opposite bank of the River Plate, but in Puerto Madero, old red-brick warehouses have been turned into smart shops and stylish restaurants, and a new apartment building designed by Foster and Partners, El Aleph, is due for completion in June 2009, with off-plan flats, starting at £150,000, available through Aylesford International estate agency.

The flamboyant developer behind El Aleph, Alan Faena, has already built one of the city’s trendiest locales in the area in collaboration with Philippe Starck: the iconic Faena hotel, which drips luxury. Adjoining it is another recently completed Faena apartment block, El Porteño, where an on-site letting and management service is offered for overseas buyers. Flats here, available through estate agent Pablo Casares, range from 50sq m to 300sq m (540sq ft-3,300sq ft) and cost £110,000- £600,000.

If Puerto Madero sounds too expensive, bargains can still be had a five-minute walk south of the city centre, in areas such as San Telmo, home to many of the city’s tango salons, and Monserrat, the old artisans’ quarter.

Jane Green, 38, an interior designer, and her Dutch husband, Klaus van de Meyer, 40, who is in the oil business, bought an investment flat in Monserrat during a brief working stint in the city. Now based in Dubai, they also own a flat in Notting Hill, west London.

“We found a dilapidated loft about a year ago for £30,000 and spent a bit doing it up,” says Green. “It’s now worth £55,000. We rent it to young Europeans, who flock here to set up businesses or just to have fun. The cost of living is so low.”

More upmarket is Palermo, north of the centre, where the city’s famous polo ground and racecourse are located. It is divided into Palermo Chico (expensive), Palermo Viejo (moderate) and Palermo Soho (up and coming), where prices for a duplex flat start at about £250,000.

In a city of more than 11m people (97% of whom have European roots), it is possible to indulge your every fantasy. Two years ago, James de Molyneux, an American property developer, and his boyfriend, Rex Crawford, bought the top two floors of an art nouveau building in Caballito, a district he describes as “middle-class”. The flat, on Rivadavia, a road that bisects the city from east to west, needed extensive renovation.

“We now have 7,000sq ft with three dining rooms, a three-bed suite on the roof terrace, a winter garden and a Louis Philippe salon,” says de Molyneux. “There are parquet floors throughout and we have two resident butlers.” He thinks the flat is now worth about £300,000.

But why confine yourself to the capital? Some enterprising buyers, such as Neil Rushen, from Burton on Trent, Staffordshire, have gone further afield. Having decided to quit Britain, he and his wife, Sue, “looked in all the usual places: France, Spain, South Africa, eastern Europe, 28 countries in all”, before plumping for the Mendoza wine-growing region, about an hour’s flight from Buenos Aires.

In August 2004, the couple took possession of a 19th-century country house near San Rafael with a guest lodge and 60 acres, for £100,000. “There are no restrictions to foreigners buying property in Argentina, and the process is relatively straightforward compared with England,” says Rushen, who believes the country’s economic problems are firmly in the past. “There may be fluctuations, but the market is definitely on the way up.”

Rushen has set up Mendoza Property to help other British buyers follow his example. One person who already owns there is the Duchess of York. She has bought a large plot on the Santa Maria de Los Andes development in Lujan de Cuyo, a 2,000-acre vineyard estate where individual owners select the grape varieties to grow on their plot and the estate’s wine-makers do the rest. Plots start at about £175,000 for 12 acres.

Catering to both Argentinians and foreign buyers are the many “country clubs” within a couple of hours’ drive of the capital. These are gated communities with golf courses, polo fields and lakes for watersports, reminiscent of the home counties, but with searchlights.

Plots start at about £50,000 and owners build to their own specifications, with costs low and the standard of finish high. The new Santa Maria de Lobos estate has attracted the likes of Tommy Lee Jones, who splashed out on a triple plot overlooking the lake. Lobos, 70 miles southwest of Buenos Aires along the excellent toll roads, is the main polo centre, but country clubs also exist closer to town, at Martindale, Tortuga and Maschwitz.


All property deals in Argentina are closed in US dollars, so sterling’s current strength is another incentive to buy.

 

The Sunday Times January 14, 2007

 

 

 

 

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