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Toy Museum
The Buenos Aires Toy Museum
Kids en la web.com
Muky, Argentina Hotwheels
Garbage Pail Kids made in Argentina
The Buenos Aires Toy Museum Exhibit
Design Furniture for Art and Toy Exhibit
Juego del Sapo

Collectibles
Collectibles found in Argentina
Art Glass

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Food & Wine
Eating Pizza in Buenos Aires
Food and Wine
Los Morteros Restaurant in Purmararca

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Toy Museum Forum
The Buenos Aires Toy Museum Forum

Food & Wine Photo Gallery
Curry in the Kitchen, Image Gallery
Los Morteros Restaurant in Purmararca
Food and Wine Argentina
Boutique Restaurant. La Florida Colonia Uruguay
Inside La Florida
Argentine food Asado name for Barbeques
See Picture Image Gallery for, Asado
Hesperidina is Argentinas most famous aperitif.
Eating Pizza at Las Cuartetas

Art for Sale Gallery
J Viski oil painting for sale
Leopoldo Torres Aguero oil painting for sale
Religious Painting of South America & Argentina
Image Photo Gallery for Quintanilla, Alberto.
Francisco Adaro, up coming artist mural artist
Monique Rozanes is a brilliant contemporary artist.
Spisso Liberato was a great Argentinean artist
Francisco Adaro, erotic art.
Francisco Adaro
Relegoius Art for sale
Viski Largest World Picture Gallery
Vito Campanella Art Argentina
Leopoldo Torres Aguero and Monique Rozanes
Contemporary Art Argentina
iArtdealer 5 square meters Art Gallery
Jorge Luis Garay in Dean Funes
Jorge Luis Garay

Insulator Photo Gallery
Glass Insulator Argentina
Porcelain Insulator Argentina
French Insulator only found in Argentina
Silver or Grey Insulators made in Argentina
Insulators out in the Wild
Insulators found along the roads in Argentina

Books Review and for Sale
Book on Lighthouses in Argentina
Book on Steam Train in Argentina
Book on Shipwrecks around Argentina,South Atlantic
Book on Soccer - Football Trading Cards, Argentina
Guide Book on Trading Cards Argentina
Book on Highway Route 40
Book on Pop Star Diva Susana Gimenez
Book on Buby,diecast toys made in Argentina.
Book on Art Fileteado
Kaiser, Ika Industries Argentina
The legend of Time Travel

Photo Gallery For Art Dealer
Vito Campanella
Leopoldo Torres Aguero and Monique Rozanes
Arte BA 2006 Argentina
Francisco Adaro, up coming artist from Argentina
Francisco Adaro
Francisco Adaro,erotic art.
J Viski,Janos Viski. 1891- 1961 Hungary Photo Gallery
Cloudio Giannini, Argentina
Jorge Luis Garay Dean Funes

Toy Museum Picture Gallery
My Little Pony, Argentina Photo Gallery
Buby Photo Book, Photo Gallery
Strawberry Shortcake, Frutillitas made in Argentina Photo Gallery
Toy Tractors & Farm Toys,Argentina.Photo Gallery
The Giants Attacking You , Los Titanes de Atakan, CD.Photo Gallery
Super Powers, Super Amigos, Argentina.Photo Gallery
Robot's from Argentina. Image Gallery
Batman CollectiblesPhoto Gallery
Buby Die cast, Sample Photo Gallery
Toy Soldier, Lead & Plastic Photo Gallery
Mazinger Z Argentina, Photo Gallery
Duravit Indian Rubber, Photo Gallery
Buby Estanciera IKA Die cast, Photo Gallery
The Incredibles in Argentina Photo Gallery
Estanciera IKA by Buby re painted model
Kaiser Frazer Willy Station Wagon
Gallery of Robot & Space Toys made in Argentina
Kaiser Frazer Carabela Manhattan, made in Argentina
Art and Toy Museum Exhibit Furniture
The Buenos Aires Toy Museum Picture Gallery
Robots and Space Toys made in Argentina
Gallery Nights, BAC and The Buenos AIres Toy Museum

Carnival Glass Photo Gallery
Carnival Glass made in Argentina

Bob Frassinetti Video & Photo Gallery
Bob Frassinetti in the news
Cultura Cero
Profile of a Journalist
Bob's Photo Album
Cheap Hotels
Cheap Hotels World Wide
Documentary, The Masters of the Universe
Video Bob Frassinetti
Bob Frassinetti Photo Album
Bob Frassinetti and Lonely Planet Guide Books
Fire Places and Chimneys
Hanky Panky

Buenos Aires Architecture Video & Photo Gallery
Architecture, Buenos Aires. Argentina
Bridges in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires Buildings and Sights
Pilar Church Recolecta
Recoleta Cemetery Buenos Aires
Recoleta Cemetery Buenos Aires
Palermo Hollywood and Soho, Buenos Aires
Palermo Hollywood Part Two
Down Town Buenos Aires
Down Town buildings, shops , art galleries, hotels and more
Art and Light Lighthouses

Lighthouse & Shipwrecks Video & Photo Gallery
Lighthouse at Medanos Point
Helmets of the Deep Collectibles
Jose Ignacio, near Punta del Este, Uruguay
Walking around Colonia, Urugauy
Buenos Aires to Colonia, Uruguay.
Lighthouse on Martin Garcia Island
Lighthouses Argentina.
East Point Lighthouse Uruguay, Punta del Este.
Perlas Islands Submarine,the true story
Lighthouses in Argentina & Uruguay
Art and Light Lighthouses

Steam Tractor & Old Tractor Photo Gallery
Steam Tractors,found in Argentina
Old Tractor's Made in Argentina
Old Tractors found in Uruguay
Lanz Bulldog and the Pampa Tractor from Argentina
Antique German Tractors from South America
David Brown 50D Found and Sold
British Made Steam Train Crane 1900's
Old Patagonia Express La Trochita Photo Gallery

Trains in Argentina Photo Gallery
The Old Patagonia Express
Trains in Argentina
Train Tours for Argentina

Photo Gallery on Buenos Aires,San Telmo as well as other Flea Markets
San Telmo Flea Market, Image Gallery
Down Town Buenos Aires,Image Gallery
Railway Station Flea Market, Image Gallery
Mercado de las Pulgas Buenos Aires

Collectibles Photo Gallery
Enamel Advertising Signs found in Argentina,Image Gallery.
Vintage Telephone Equipment found in Argentina, Image Gallery
Helmets of the Deep Collectibles
Royal Doulton found in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Glass Candy Containers made in Argentina
Picture Image Gallery for Vintage real photos from Argentina.Old photos
First Day Covers Argentina
Diving Helmet Argentina
Ford Falcon Made in Argentina

The Land of Fire,the End of The World
The Land of Fire: The Wondera. The Story begins.Image Gallery
The Wondera, the strange and enicmatic old man

Vintage & Old Cars
Estanciera IKA, Jeep Willy vesrion made in Argentina
Torino Car designed in Argentina
Siam Di Tella, was a trademark company in Argentina
Fiat 1100 Argentina
Rambler made by Kaiser here in Argentina
Fiat 1500 Berlina made in Argentina
Fiat 1500 Coupe
Argentine Kaiser Carabela, see image of this rare Argentine Kaiser
Vintage Cars from Argentina or Uruguay
Kaiser Funeral Car made in Argentina
Carabela Kaiser IKA Argentina,
Rally Car Project in Argentina
Old Vintage Cars from Argentina and Uruguay
Old Cars and Old Tractors found in Uruguay
Classic Car Show San Telmo
Car Show 2006 Argentina
Club Ford Argentina

Art and Antique Tours for Dealers
Lonely Planet and Bob Frassinetti
Mad Dog Antiques & Maudlin travel to Buenos Aires, Argentina
ArtDealer and Pascal Debusschere from Paris,France.
Bob Frassinetti as your Personal Shopper
Giuseppe Pirone
Dr Jenny Fortune
Diana's Bobo lodge. Bed & Breakfast in San Isidro
Valeria del Mar. Pinamar
Father and Mother Christmas from the USA visiting Argentina

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Tour 2011 Bob Frassinetti
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Lighthouse Tour
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Royal Road Camino Real
Travel Argentina
Route 40 Tour
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Antiques Bronze and marble Sculptures
Accommodation for Art & Antique Dealers In Argentina

Real Estate in Argentina
Real Estate in Argentina
Real Estate VillaTulumba Gallery Museum Project
Cheap Hotels
Palermo Hollywood, Real Estate Investment

Route 40 Argentina Tour
Route 40 Photo Gallery Patagonia & all Argentina
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Car Rally Tour for Highway 40 Argentina
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Route 40 Argentina on Face Book

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Chile
Santiago Chile for Art, Design and Antiques
The Big Island of Chiloe Chile and its Churches
Antique German Tractors found in Chile
Photo Travel Information for Patagonia Chiloe Chile
Real Estate for Sale in Chiloe Chile
The Museum of Modern Art in Chiloe Chile
Jose Trivino
Lighthouses in Chile
The Big Island of Chiloe Chile Travel Tips

Uruguay
Art and Antiques in Uruguay
Food and Wine in Uruguay
My travels with Pascal and Michele in Uruguay


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Everthing on Arts and Antiques from Argentina
Travel Guide for Art and Antiques in Argentina
The Buenos Aires Toy Museum, Argentina
Route 40 Argentina
Royal Road Camino Real Cordoba


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Updates from Argentina
Wednesday, 18 July 2007
Export Import Art and Antiques from Buenos Aires and Argentina
Topic: Collectables
Export Import Art and Antiques from Buenos Aires and Argentina
Art and Antiques to the world.....
......... exporting to the world. Export Import Art and Antiques from Buenos Aires and Argentina For more than 5 years now, Argentina has been a recognized paradise for collectors, dealers and auctioneers. The uniqueness of this paradise lays on the fact that it opened its doors to the world after the crack in 2001, when the Argentine Peso value dropped dramatically in the international market. Featuring a truly appealing quality and quantity of items within its market of all sorts of collectibles ranging from Toys to Tractors, from Modern Art to Classical sculpturing, Argentina has what it takes to become the “it” place for art, antiques, collectibles, design and fashion. It is not a novelty that these features are now well known around the globe, and that the flow of this particular kind of trade has grown geometrically in recent years. However there are indeed novelties within the procedures in these exportations. Form a fairly simple and uncontrolled shipment during the first couple of years to the recent modifications in the norms and requirements, a lot of water has run under this bridge. We want to state that it is neither impossible nor hard to do, but requires an in depth knowledge and a good contact and with a net work operation with your Broker here in Argentina who will guide you threw the process. A container is not just a container, but what it carries within, and each container to be shipped off has a modus operandis to follow according to what the exportation is. Meaning: it is not the same to ship off a 20 feet container filled with antique furniture, than a container filled with artworks or a new fashionable clothing line, or even a classic car and an antique tractor have their own requirements and times. For starters it is important to state that the process of exporting is not immediate, this means that there’s some time involved in working out an exportation shipment out of the country, ranging from 1 to 3 months or even more… From helping you buy each and every single of the items that will be inside the container to packing it and working out the paperwork, we do it all as well as oversee each and every single step of the exportation. Once the items are bought, bare in mind it is important to get invoices from each shop you purchase at also you must know that funds should come in threw official channels. …….. Your purchases from each of the shop will be picked up and stored in a special warehouse because the total shipment has to be secured, controlled and each object photographed and controlled for export licence ….. Arts, Antiques, and collectiblest, depending the kind usually undergo a special treatment since the Government’s Cultural office demands that each of these items leaving the country has a permit stating that these are not stolen or protected pieces. This has to be carefully taken care of, because without the paperwork they will not allow the item to leave the country. Being that this business is new to Argentina in the broadness of its flow, regulations as well as paperwork and requirements might change and increase, the way they have in the last couple of months and years, until final requirements are set for good. That’s why it is so important to work with reputable firms who are constantly up-to-date in the ins and outs of these matters. Once the items are approved, then they must be properly packed and handled. The packing has to be government approved, or else it won’t be admitted by the recipient country –US, Europe, etc, have very strong regulations regarding the receiving of packets from abroad that are not health approved. At this point, the boxes that will be filled into the containers must be sent to the Buenos Aires port for shipment, and Customs’ approval. Once fitted into the container, there’s a time gap until it finally is set in the ship, and that the ship sales off to the receiving port. Depending on the location the frequency of the shipping can be of twice a week to every day to once every two weeks… This is a brief insight on the current exporting process in Argentina, that will allow our readers to better understand the times and requirements in exporting from Argentina to the world. So if you are interested in Art or Antiques, and you are thinking of travelling to Argentina Chile or Uruguay please feel free to email me……..
                                 Specaily made boxes for exporting.........  no item is to small or to big for me to export, from enamel signs to steam tractors .......
 
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Enamel Advertising Signs,Image Gallery,from Argentina.These rare antique advertising signs from Argentina,either made here or imported from around the world,reflect in their design,a typography and textual content of the social and economic atmosphere of this period,in which they where made from around 1880 till the midle of the 20 th centuary. Email Bob Frassinetti. The Buenos Aires Art Dealer,Argentina. Bob Frassinetti. Copyright 2005. Roberto Dario Frassinetti.
Grandes Vinos Tomba 
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Posted by bob frassinetti at 8:59 PM
Monday, 16 July 2007
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Bob Frassinetti, art and antique dealer and free lance journalist from Argentina, Buenos Aires, working on the web, writing both for pleasure and work on art, antiques and collectibles, in and on Buenos Aires, Argentina as well are neighbouring countries, Chile and Uruguay. "I've written for several Travel Adventure, Art & Antiques Magazines on and off the web and have researched Toys made here in Argentina, as well as Travel Adventure" Buenos Aires, Argentina 2007 So if you are interested in Art or Antiques, and you are thinking of travelling to Argentina Chile or Uruguay please feel free to email me…….. Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti: For more information: Email: Bob Frassinetti. Press here to see all topics on Art, Antiques and Travel Information for Buenos Aires & Argentina:Everything on Art, Antiques, Collectibles as well as travel information for Buenos Aires, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay. Phone me thru Skype, ID: Bob_Frassinetti or you can also chat with me thru Yahoo, press here: Yahoo Contact Find me on MySpace and be my friend! Or Phone: +54 911 4475 3983 or in B's A's: 15 4475 3983 ) Invest in Argentina Real Estate an uprunning opportunity with a Future Read The Buenos Aires Art Dealer a e-zine magazine on Art, Antiques & Collectibles from Argentina. The Buenos Aires ArtDealer

Up date on Buenos Aires Bob Frassinetti & Lonely Planet

 

Good news to all our readers and friends! Lonely planet’s latest 4 th edition has come out and has recommended me to all as a tourist services, so we are know listed in both Argentina and Buenos Aires Guide Books.. I'm very happy about being mentioned and I hope this is a good tip for travellers coming to Buenos Aires –or any other Argentine location-… As I’ve been doing so far, I’ll share our insider’s point of view, tips and all information the visitor might need… And for those who want more, I also offer a customized tourist service, specially tailored to fit each and every one’s needs of interest and passion.

 

Please feel free to contact me. I'm here to help you! More information on our personal tours: Art Dealer "personal" shopper in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Bob Frassinetti

 

 

The Early Years ....

Buenos Aires has become home & all of South America my back yard 


The Big Island of Chileo, Chile, Bits of England.
Topic: Bob Frassinetti

 Multiculturalism: My own Point of View, the early days:  

Buenos Aires has become home, and all of South America as my back yard. I’m a true multi-cultural man. I was born in Argentina a long time ago now. My British Mom and my Italian-Argentine Dad had me and my brother traveling around the world, discovering amazing fantasy lands such as British Guyana and other Caribbean locations at a young age. After living only a couple of years in my native Argentina I have lived around the world, I’m Argentine by heart and British at the same time. If I had to choose I would breakfast in London, lunch at the Guyana and Dinner in Buenos Aires… May be that explains a lot of me… I also lived for many years in England. My teen years and a bit more I spent them at Mount St. Mary’s College in Spinkhill, a small town near Sheffield in the English Midlands. This Jesuit boarding school was my home; my classmates were my family and some of the finest memories date from those years… I also travelled in the Bahamas, and back in those days one of my friends’ had a small mansion by the sea side, where I spent several summers there, and once a group of 4 chaps, young, loud, and amazingly famous stayed there while touring and making a movie called, “Help” … their names were John, Paul, Ringo and George. Yes, The Beatles, so I also got to know them. It was the 70s and England was bursting with enthusiasm, creativity and wittiness. I’m happy to know I witnessed those amazing times. I have no doubt about the fact that those early experiences in my life have shaped my mind, my soul and my interests, that today I see taking shape and body in the broad cultural project I develop passionately every day. As Latin as I am, thanks to my Pop’s influence, I feel deeply passionate about art, style, culture… As a Brit as I have come to be, I feel English is my mother tongue, the borderless language that allows us individuals to transcend geographical borders and limits, the language of my thoughts and my chats… Thanks to my lifetime experiences I’ve become who I am, and along the way many of my projects, those that start in one’s mind and come to take shape along the road of life, began to be real and my input in this modern global world.

I’m a proud citizen of the world, who has chosen Buenos Aires to become home, and all of South America as my back yard.

 

And so if you are interested in anything from Fashion to Art, from Design or Antiques, and you are travelling to Buenos Aires, Argentina, or to Santiago, Chile or even Montevideo, Uruguay and need to buy and export these items or only need tips and travel information, please feel free to email to contact Bob Frassinetti with this email address: Email: Bob Frassinetti.

 

Traveling is all about meeting people, going through different experiences, enjoying different cultures and discovering foreign and interesting sites.

I’ve traveled throughout the south of South America, and I truly believe that a great part of making a memorable experience out of a journey is meeting people, locals specially.

 

Getting to know the site through a local’s point of view is a wonderful experience, off the path outings… following the popular saying: “when in Rome, you do what Romans do”. That’s my leitmotiv when traveling.

I also adore my country. I’m a proud Argentinean who has discovered throughout the years the beauty and mysteries of this southern country. Hence I began sharing throughout forums and websites my experiences, tips on what to do when visiting our country. And as I kept on writing about the various customs of our culture I kept on discovering things –little treasures- that I thought were for granted. A great wine, an outstanding site within the city, my own refuge from the craziness of a cosmopolite city, an off the path antique fair… this has been a two way street  experience, for at the same time I proudly share the beauties of my land, I have found myself discovering many new and interesting features too.

I even have met some great people through these forums, people who came to BA and met with me, with which we’ve had an amazing time and enjoyed a great conversation, a glass of outstanding Argentinean wine.

 

I’ve written about art & antiques, visiting the Patagonia or riding the train up to the Andes through the clouds, shopping and leisure in the city of Tango and of course, about the great pleasure Argentineans take on good eating. I’ve always focused on our most traditional dish, asado, for I’ve thought it was the most perfect way of getting into the Argentinean feel.

However I’ve recently discover, that Argentineans –alike many countries within the world who have been built hand in hand thanks to a great flow of immigration, are not all the same. We –as a nation-  share our culture and language, but each and every one of us is unique. We each have a particular life’s history that has made us be what we are, and it’s important not to forget about that. To me, that particular part of myself is curry. Yes, food. Yes, Indian food, which I got into when I lived in London and in the British Guyana. My speciality is my Indian-British- Argentinean curry… Hmmm; Indian from origin, British for it’s were I picked it up, and Argentinean for non of these countries have the superb kind of meat we have down here in Argentina and that adds that special something to it.

This is my bonding meal, I cook it for my special people. It’s a ceremony which I find most amusing.

Not to brag, but it’s the best curry in the country! I won’t say my secret for I’m an artist, and that would spoil the magic… You must come down here and experience it yourself.

 

Bob Frassinetti, art and antique dealer and free lance journalist from Argentina, Buenos Aires, working on the web, writing both for pleasure and work on art, antiques and collectibles, in and on Buenos Aires, Argentina as well are neighbouring countries, Chile and Uruguay. "I've written for several Travel Adventure, Art & Antiques Magazines on and off the web and have researched Toys made here in Argentina, as well as Travel Adventure" Buenos Aires, Argentina 2007

 

And for Daily updates on all this Press here: Everything on Art & Antiques as well as Travel Information for Buenos Aires and Argentina by Bob Frassinetti

 

 

 

So for everthing from Art and Antiques either in Buenos Aires or other parts of Argentina as well as Chile and Uruguay read on .......
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Posted by bob frassinetti at 9:05 PM
Updated: Monday, 16 July 2007 10:55 PM
Wednesday, 11 July 2007
Old Tractors from Argentina, Chile or Uruguay
Topic: Antique Tractors
Antique steam tractors found in Argentina ......... The World’s barn tractors Commonly known as the world’s barn, Argentina for as long as it has existed, has provided the world with its best prime products: grain and meat. Our outstanding fields have been an incredible initial advantage for the development of these activities at a world scale. As the planet evolved and technology was more and more a key factor for all kinds of productions, our country –who acknowledged that- began to develop the best possible machinery for our field production. However the first big input in this field came from abroad. The United States, who were also developing at a incredibly high range their field had come up with the world’s most efficient tractor. Massey, Ferguson, John Deere, Henry Ford, are just some of the most outstanding businessman ever, they have revolutionized field production forever.
For more information: Email: Bob Frassinetti.

And so if you are travelling down here to B's A's and Need an apartment along Defensa Street in between San Telmo and Plaza de Mayo, the heart of Buenos Aires, Press Here. So if you are interested in Fashion, Art, Design or Antiques, and you are travelling to Buenos Aires, Argentina, or to Santiago, Chile or even Montevideo, Uruguay and need to buy and export these items or only need tips and travel information, please feel free to email us…….Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti with this email address: Email: Bob Frassinetti.

Phone me thru Skype, ID: Bob_Frassinetti or you can also chat with me using Yahoo or My Space links below, press here:

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Invest in Argentina Real Estate an up running opportunity with a future, a recommendation by Bob Frassinetti Copyright 2007 Roberto Dario Frassinetti.  Phone me direct to my mobile phone: 00 54 911 44 75 39 83. Or when in B's A's: 15 44 75 39 83. Or to my studio: 00 54 11 47 92 47 87 in Buenos Aires, Argentina



Posted by bob frassinetti at 8:30 PM
Updated: Wednesday, 11 July 2007 8:35 PM
Saturday, 7 July 2007
More Information Real Estate Argentina
Topic: Real Estate Argentina
Ciclo de conferencias del SMI
El encuentro contará con prestigiosas figuras del ámbito local e internacional, que tratarán temas relacionados con las tendencias que vienen
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Posted by bob frassinetti at 10:22 PM
The Now How to Buying Real Estae in Argentina
Topic: How to Buy Real Estate
The Know How on purchasing property in Argentina. Investing in Argentina 
The growing interest of the Argentine real estate market among foreigners has not yet found a maximum. From productive business to holiday homes, Americans, French, English, Dutch are buying their dream property for little money and tons of potential.
As it always happens when embarking in new ventures, information is the key word to a complication free smooth deal. We’ve provided insightful tips and data, published articles in and around the web and forums. However, after reading some of the threads in renamed sites as well as due to the large number of inquires we had regarding this particular matter from our readers and frequent net surfers, we thought that the best way to clarify the process was through means of an easy ten step description.
As follows you’ll be able to read a simple and clear direction steps going all the way from deciding on buying a property to actually doing so, complication free!  
Ten easy steps to buying your property here in Argentina 
1)     Start searching for your property with the help of a Real Estate or Consulting Agent
2)     Choose the property
3)     Get a personal Tax number
4)     Choose a property lawyer known as an “escribano” to help in your purchase and signing the final title of property
5)     Make an written offer thru the Real Estate Agent with a symbolic down payment of no more than a 1 or 2% value of property
6)     Choose best way to get funds into the country thru an exchange operator or an international branch of your home bank.
7)     Transfer legally funds into the country
8)     Offer to go straight to the Purchase of the Apartment, passing over the Boleto de Compra Venta, which is a private contract between to 2 parties, the seller and the buyer of the properties. Going directly to the Escritura or final deed of title which takes around anything from 15 to 30 days. This simpliyies the operation, but its not always possible.
9)     Pay and sign final property deed with seller and with your escribano.
10)  Get it certified and inscribed by your “escribano” and bingo! Finished .
Above we’ve provided just an out line of a synthesized version in Ten easy steps… 
During the upcoming days we’ll be describing in time more detailed information.

 

We would gladly receive all sorts of contributions from insiders and experts to personal experiences.! All in all we’ll be providing our own double checked information to both simplify and clarify the know how in becoming the owner of your dream home in Buenos Aires or anywhere else in Argentina.

 

For more information on apartments Buenos Aires or if you are interested in buying Art or Antiques, and you are thinking of travelling to Argentina please feel free to email us…….. Bob Frassinetti: For more information: Email: Bob Frassinetti.
Apartment Rent on Defensa Street 251, Buenos Aires.

Staying in Monserrat and San Telmo, a wonderful experience for the traveller who wants more…  Monserrat and San Telmo is the top hip location in the city without exuding the “made for the tourist” feel some other places in the region might have. Bohemian, Artistic, Cultural, Amazing San Telmo is an expression of the novel Buenos Aires. This is the all friendly area for travellers par excellence, the artists’ place, the city with a plus; that’s why locals and visitors alike love this place.  With a huge array of gourmet options mixed and matched with a broad variety of true local pubs, tango bars and cafes, Monserrat and San Telmo has what it takes. Just a stone throw away from any other major city site, San Telmo is indeed a perfect spot for the traveller who wants independence, freedom of movement at the time he or she wishes to capture the essence of “Portenos”, that’s what we are called.  And while some prefer the traditional hotel option during their stay, we know that those travellers who travel following the lemma “When in Rome, do what Romans do”, rather prefer to stay at their own place and enjoy Argentina as an Argentine. If that is your case, we have this apartment Fully Furnished for RENT on Defensa Street, but first take a look at the surrounding areas ...

 

Defensa Street and 251, Everything along Defensa Street, in-between the Alsina and Moreno Street, from the Saint Francis Church, the City Museum, the old Pharmacy on the corner and a great place to eat “asados”, our Barbeques….. And last but not least, the Building at Defensa 251 where we have apartments to Rent. For more information on Buenos Aires email: Email: admin@frassinetti.com Bob Frassinetti. Contact me by phone Skype, ID: Bob Frassinetti or you can also chat with me thru Yahoo, press here: Yahoo Contact Find me on MySpace and be my friend!
Puerto Rico Bar and Coffee 

 

And so if you Need an apartment along Defensa Street in between San Telmo and Plaza de Mayo, the heart of Buenos Aires, Press Here. So if you are interested in Fashion, Art, Design or Antiques, and you are travelling to Buenos Aires, Argentina, or to Santiago, Chile or even Montevideo, Uruguay and need to buy and export these items or only need tips and travel information, please feel free to email us…….Please feel free to contact Bob Frassinetti with this email address: Email: Bob Frassinetti.

Phone me thru Skype, ID: Bob_Frassinetti or you can also chat with me using Yahoo or My Space links below, press here:

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Invest in Argentina Real Estate an up running opportunity with a future, a recommendation by Bob Frassinetti Copyright 2007 Roberto Dario Frassinetti.  Phone me direct to my mobile phone: 00 54 911 44 75 39 83. Or when in B's A's: 15 44 75 39 83. Or to my studio: 00 54 11 47 92 47 87 in Buenos Aires, Argentina




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