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.
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Updated: Saturday, 7 July 2007 5:08 PM