Uruguay cemented as real estate investment destination: where are investors from and what are they looking for?

Foreigners value the profitability of their investments in the country (between 5 and 7%) in addition to the political, economic and health stability it offers.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentines' interest in investing in Uruguay is not new, as in the last 10 years they have bought over 1,200 properties in Montevideo's downtown neighborhoods.

As of today, there are almost 86,000 Argentine property owners in Uruguay (including their first and second degree relatives) and some 30,000 have properties in Maldonado.

However, their interest in continuing to invest in Uruguay has grown in recent times, mainly due to the good control of the pandemic in the country, coupled with the historical guarantees it provides in terms of political and economic stability and . . .

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