Apartment Rental in Buenos Aires

Fodor’s Travel Guide on Buenos Aires July 21, 2008 Buenos Aires is blessed with a wide array of hotels options, most of which are remarkably affordable compared with other international capitals. But if you are looking to save even more … Continue reading

HGTV International House Hunters

HGTV International House Hunters June 2009 Barbara Braun is a true New Yorker, but now that she’s retired and her daughters are grown, she’s ready for a new adventure in Buenos Aires. She is looking for a two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment … Continue reading

Argentine Nights

THE tango dancers took their places inside a cramped apartment in downtown Buenos Aires, as David Lampson, a 29-year-old television writer from Boston, wiped his brow. Despite the 100-degree weather, the fans had been shut off, spotlights switched on and … Continue reading

Michael Koh • An Expert Expat

University of Iowa Alumni Magazine December 2007 A reminder of his own mortality led Michael Koh to a new country, a new life, and an unexpected new career. Before becoming one of Buenos Aires’ biggest names in real estate, Koh, … Continue reading

Time Out Guide Book on Buenos Aires

Time Out Guide Book on Buenos Aires Third Edition August 2007 If you are looking for luxury, ApartmentsBA (www.apartmentsba.com) is a well-regarded company, offering clients the freedom of an apartment rental combined with the added-value of a five-star hotel.  All … Continue reading

Asian Bargain-hunters on the Prowl

Review Asia Magazine By Wendy Leung | July 2007 The real estate market in the United States has given property owners and investors little to cheer about over the past year. Housing starts and sales of previously owned homes tumbled … Continue reading

Moving to BA the easy(ish) way

Time Out Guidebook By Germán Peterson | Summer/Autumn 2007 Argentina has great real estate to offer.  Whether you fancy a stunning penthouse apartment overlooking Buenos Aires, a chalet in Patagonia, a winery in Mendoza or just a nice pied á … Continue reading

Tango Without the Sadness

EXAME Magazine – Brazil By TATIANA GIANINI | February 2007 One of the classic definitions for this music, born in the alleys and taverns of the Argentine capital, says that the tango “is a sentiment which is to be danced” … Continue reading

Argentina’s ready to tango

London Sunday Times January 14, 2007 Mention Buenos Aires, and most people in Britain still think of rioters protesting about the Falklands war. But in Argentina, all that is now a distant memory. The county’s capital has reclaimed its title … Continue reading

Foreign Travel Deals On a Weak Dollar

Wall Street Journal By Darren Everson | January 4, 2007 Americans wanting to vacation abroad shouldn’t let the depressed dollar get them down. Although the greenback slipped against most major currencies last year, there are still good deals to be … Continue reading