The concept of "home" is always very subjective. You can feel at home in the most comfortable places, in places far from the daily chaos or, even, in places full of nightlife.
Generally when we say ''feel at home'' we warn that all our needs, more or less common, are met. Whether it is a property in the countryside, away from the noise of the metropolis, or an apartment in the center does not matter: what matters is to live in an environment to us ''familiar''. Often, however, although our house fully meets our needs, we feel the need to change, to move, perhaps in a place diametrically opposed to the current one, with a different culture and located on the other side of the world. Let's face it: we have all gone through this "critical" phase. But the solution could only be one: to move to a new country. Today we will try to give you all the information to take this big step in total serenity, but above all to do it in a masterful way. What will be the goal of the day? Well, get ready, because on this last day of March, we will leave you speechless. After reading our article, it will be a walk for you to move and buy a property in Argentina!
We just have to say one word: vamos!
Let's start by saying that Argentina in recent years has won the hearts of many investors, especially young people eager to live a 'new and constructive foreign experience, perhaps with the dream of realizing from scratch. Italians are the largest population in this country, and among them we identify many elderly people who have decided to settle in this country for their ''Buen Retiro''. A land rich in charm, with a strong cultural identity (how to forget the famous tango?), is divided into 23 provinces. The capital, Buenos Aires is the cradle of the federal government but also the most populous metropolitan area of the entire nation.
But what are the documents needed to access this country?
Upon entry into Argentina is required to present a valid passport, and for tourist stays the maximum limit is six months. If you wish to stay for a maximum of 90 days, a visa will not be required. The official language is Spanish, but you can easily communicate in English.
We now come to one of the key points of this guide: the cost of living in Argentina?
The national currency is the Argentinean peso (1ARS corresponds to 49 euros). to better understand what is actually the cost of living in this country, we have drawn up a list with all the possible expenses with which any citizen can have to do once established in Argentina.
Lunch or Dinner in the Restaurant 5,14 €
Water (33 dl) 0,62 €
Milk (1 liter) 2,36 €
Bread (500 grams) 0,76 €
Rice (1 kg) 0,32 €
Eggs (12) 1,12 €
Local cheese (1 kg) 1,95 €
Chicken breast (1 kg) 1,27 €
Monthly utilities 62,92 €
Now let's look instead at the aspect that perhaps all of you have been waiting with anxiety: buying a property in Argentina
Let's start by saying that the average cost of renting a house in this country is almost 300 euros per month, while to buy a property the standard prices are around 1.071 euros per square meter. The substantial differences are found in the moment in which we move from the center to the suburbs, but there is no need to worry. We are talking about one of the most populous nations in the world, which enjoys an efficient and extremely convenient transport system. For this reason, even a property in the suburbs could be an excellent investment.
Let's hope that with this mini guide you have resolved any doubts about this land. We can only wish you a good trip!
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