A Large Productive Farm in Uruguay

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Uruguay’s world first in cattle farming

Uruguay is sometimes described as “one big farm”. It’s a country, albeit a small one, where cattle outnumber people by four to one and farming is the most important part of the economy. Uruguay is now the only...

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The Selling Price

The key for selling a property quickly and well in Uruguay is the right price.  We are used to see selling prices in online ads, in print and through word-of-mouth. The  theoretical market price is reflected in these actions. On...

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High Net Worth Individuals (hnwi)

While the Far East and Middle East continue to generate hnwis we have noticed a growing trend for a move toward less politically and economically ‘volatile’ areas of the World such as Uruguay which provides that...

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Record Total Sales of Farm Lands in Uruguay: 1.3bn dollars

Farm land sales in Uruguay had a record  of 1.3bn dollars in 2013, involving 1.868 operations and 370.927 hectares, which is 10% more than in 2012, according to the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Food ministry’s...

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Making the best overseas property investments in Uruguay – Part 1

Structure of the Real Estate Operations –  The Preliminary Agreement -  It is customary that the parties, upon reaching an agreement on the commercial terms for the purchase of any kind of real property (whether a house,...

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Making the best overseas property investments in Uruguay – Part 2

Structure of the Real State Operations  - The Registered  Promise of  Sale Uruguayan law contemplates, in case of real estate transactions where the purchase price is to be paid in installments or where there are deferred...

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Making the best overseas property investments in Uruguay – Part 3

Structure of the Real Estate Operations - The Purchase Agreement   Real estate purchase agreements must be executed before an escribano in the form of a public deed which is entered into said notary’s book. The role...

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Advantages of Investing in Properties Abroad: Farmlands in Uruguay – Part 1

Quality of the Soil - Almost 90% of the country’s surface is ideal for agricultural and livestock farming, a key source of export revenues Semi Tropical Climate: an exceptionally fine temperate climate, with mild Summers and...

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Advantages of Investing in properties abroad: Farmlands in Uruguay – Part 2

  Foreign property Investment : Uruguay,  A global Player   6th Exporter of Soja                     5 % of global Beef Exports            ...

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