Acquiring Farmland in Argentina: Expert Real Estate Attorneys

Acquiring Farmland in Argentina: Expert Real Estate Attorneys

 

Argentina is worldwide known for its large extensions of land. Acquiring farmland in Argentina certainly requires the assistance of expert real attorneys. Thus, trustworthy legal counsel -supported by more than two decades of professional practice- is the unswerving foundations of the service we provide at our law firm. Indeed, the acquisition of rural real estate within the Argentine Republic implies the understanding of several and varied aspects. In fact, they go beyond the general concepts and standard procedures of the legal field.

Acquiring Farmland in Argentina

Acquiring Farmland in Argentina

An Efficient Team of Attorneys and Experts

First of all, our team of attorneys is constantly supported by in-house and external consultants and experts in this very specific subject. For example, they are appraisers, former IRS agents, buyer/seller locators, land inspectors, and investment planners. In addition, we also rely on the services of former Land Registry officers, soil experts, realtors, and certified land-tax accountants as well. But also, there are land records finders, farm managers, land insurance experts, marketing agents, and environmental consultants. Moreover, there are brokers, real estate translators, notaries public, and financial advisors, among others.

 

Our Legal Services

These are just a few examples of the procedures we have handled for our previous real-estate clients:

 

listing agreement, agribusiness, land appraisal, material fact, punitive damages, trust funds, agency confirmation provision,

agency law disclosure, annual property operating data sheet (APOD), insurance policies, counteroffer, credit reporting agency,

debt-to-income (DTI) ratio, chattels, defacing, assessment, eminent domain, equitable indemnity, debris removal insurance policy,

equity purchase, land ownership, equity purchase investor, estimate, exclusive agent, fiduciary duty, forecast, further-approval contingency,

general duty, easement, good faith deposit, home inspection report (HIR), open listing, owner’s statement, principal disputes,

projection, public accommodation, public housing, right of rescission, transfer disclosure statement (TDS), trust account, trust fund,

unknown and unsuspected claims, §1031 transaction, 80-10-10 financing, absorption rate, adjustable rate mortgage (ARM),

 

Acquiring Farmland in Argentina: Expert Real Estate Attorneys

 

onsite environmental audit, applicable federal rate, limitation on foreign ownership of rural land, appreciable asset, asset price inflation,

bona fide purchaser, buyer purchasing power, buy-to-let investment, environmental issues, capitalization rate (cap rate),

encumbrances, liens, fencing and boundary issues, commodities, land survey, competitive advantage, construction starts, consumer price index (CPI),

cost of funds index, creditworthiness, debt overhang, discount rate, dis-saving, diversification, end user, energy audit, fair market value,

financial accelerator, water rights, flipping, soil analysis, leasing agreements, forbearance agreement, hit-and-run buyers, loan payments,

illiquid asset, flood insurance, mortgage loan, implicit rent, income approach, installment sale, invested capital, investor, National Registry of Rural Lands,

leveraging, homestead, farm utilities, loan-to-value ratio (LTV), long-term rate, pipeline easements, mortgage-backed bond,

net operating income (NOI), utility expenses, notice of default (NOD), operating costs, price tier, prime offer rate, property appreciation,

put option, qualified mortgage, revenue forecasts, real estate investment trust (REIT), real estate owned property (REO), return on investment, shareowners, syndication, zoning

 

Acquiring Farmland in Argentina: Expert Real Estate Attorneys

After assigning the most suitable attorney for your specific case, the next step is laying out the best action plan. In general, it should include clear-cut data as regards the required documentation (title deeds, permits, authorizations, land insurance policies, official records, tax-related documentation, etc.). In addition, we take into account processing times, accurate costs, realistic deadlines, and expected results.

 

This action plan is later reflected in periodic reports, which outline the progress achieved so far, as well as any necessary adjustments. For instance, a potential buyer may submit a counteroffer, which is an alternative response to a received offer, which usually consists of terms different from those of the rejected offer.

 

Moreover, another very important aspect –which other law firms usually do not take into account- is financing. Our lawyers can help you analyze the most convenient financing options (as well as the interest rates involved) currently available in the market.

 

In general, a real estate transaction finishes upon reaching a closing (also known as settlement or completion). On a closing date, ownership is officially transferred when the buyer receives a deed from the seller.

 

Geographical Scope of Legal Services

 

We provide legal assistance all throughout the most important cities and provinces of Argentina, such as: Viedma, Ushuaia, Tucumán, Tierra del Fuego, Santiago del Estero, Santa Rosa, Santa Fe, Santa Cruz, San Salvador de Jujuy, San Miguel de Tucumán, San Luis, San Juan, San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca, Salta, Río Negro, Río Gallegos, Resistencia, Rawson, Posadas, Paraná, Neuquén, Misiones, Mendoza, Mar del Plata, La Rioja, La Plata, La Pampa, Jujuy, Formosa, Entre Ríos, Corrientes, Córdoba, Chubut, Chaco, Catamarca, Buenos Aires, Antártida e Islas del Atlántico Sur

 

Feel free to contact us if you have any further questions. Our representatives are available 24 hours a day, all year long.

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