Argentina’s real estate boom is reaching its end

Argentina is one of the biggest real estate markets in the world and its real estate bubble is beginning to burst.

Argentina has seen an increase in property prices that have doubled in the last few years, while its government is under fire for its economic policies.

Real estate has also been a focus of political debate in Argentina, which is one the most expensive countries in the Americas, but the economic crisis has had a devastating impact on the economy.

The country is currently suffering a property crisis, with property prices reaching record levels, with the value of homes in Buenos Aires reaching $8.7 billion.

As a result, Argentina is currently facing a crisis of its own.

Real Estate in Argentina As the Argentine economy struggles, property prices have soared to unprecedented levels.

Property values have tripled in the past few years and are now estimated to be at a record $1.4 trillion.

Buenos Aires is now the third-largest city in the country, after Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires.

The housing market is also the main concern in Argentina.

Argentina’s housing market has experienced massive growth, with more than 40% of the country’s population now living in urban areas.

According to the government, the housing market in Argentina has grown by almost 30% in the decade to 2018, from 1,200,000 households to 3,200.

Argentina is the world’s third-most populous country with 1.3 billion people.

The current housing boom in Argentina is partly the result of Argentina’s economic boom and has allowed it to export its boom into the rest of Latin America and beyond.

Argentina was the first country in Latin America to become a member of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, or OECD, and has become one of Latin American nations with the fastest growing economy.

Argentina, with a population of more than 1.2 billion people, has a rapidly growing economy with a GDP per capita of more then $60,000.

In 2017, the country also became one of five Latin American countries to have achieved the world GDP per person, as the country ranked third after China and Brazil.

As part of the boom, Argentina has also seen an explosion in the number of people with degrees in the economy, as well as in the amount of business activity, with Buenos Aires being the country with the highest number of companies with at least one employee.

Argentina also hosts the largest population of immigrants in the entire world, with roughly 11.8 million people, with an estimated 80% of them living in the Buenos Aires region.

Argentina will also host a new presidential election in 2019, as Argentina is already one of several countries that have elections scheduled in 2018.

The economic boom in Buenos Argentina has had an impact on Argentina’s public finances.

According the World Bank, Argentina’s government has borrowed an estimated $1 trillion to $2 trillion from international institutions, including the International Monetary Fund, World Bank and the World Trade Organization, in order to build the infrastructure needed for its housing market.

In addition, Argentina was one of only three Latin American economies to earn the lowest score in the 2018 Index of Economic Freedom.

In 2018, the IMF cut its forecast for Argentina’s GDP growth to 2.3% for 2018 from 3.6% in 2017.

The IMF noted that Argentina was among the worst performing economies in Latin American.

The crisis in Argentina In September 2018, Argentina defaulted on a $1 billion loan from the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a private sector investment bank that manages foreign debt.

Argentina defaulting on the loan would have cost the country up to $5 billion.

Argentina ended up paying $1 million to the IFC and then paying the $1,000 penalty to the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), a public bank that lent the loan.

After the default, Argentina received a $5.3 million repayment from the IBC and a $6 million payment from IBRD.

Argentina then faced a total default of $15.6 billion on loans made to other countries and governments.

In December 2018, Argentine President Mauricio Macri announced a debt restructuring program that would provide an $8 billion bailout to Argentina.

Macri also pledged to slash the deficit by $300 million per year for the next 10 years, a number that has increased dramatically since he took office.

The restructuring program will include the elimination of debt by Argentina’s private sector, as part of a larger effort to create a debt-free economy.

Macron is also planning to raise $1-billion through a public investment program.

As of June 2018, Macri’s government had about $1-$2 billion in assets.

This money would be used to finance infrastructure projects and create jobs for people.

However, the Argentine government has said that the program will only work if private capital is invested in the projects, as opposed to the public.

The public sector’s share of the government’s budget has been reduced by over 30% since the government assumed office in 2013.

However if this program is