A GUIDE TO BUY REAL ESTATE IN BUENOS AIRES
24-MONTH OR 36-MONTH RENTALS
This type of rental guarantees a fixed income for two or three years and the property owner can enjoy the peace of mind of renting the property to the same tenants for a long period of time.
Another advantage of long-term rentals is that the initial investment is not as high as the investments made in properties for temporary rentals, since the tenant will live in the property for a long period, thus he generally makes little ameliorations and improvements. Furthermore, the tenant has his own furniture, cooking utensils, etc., and the property owner does not pay the building maintenance fees nor the costs for services consumed (gas, electricity, water, etc.).
To rent a property for 24 or 36 months, the owner requests for a guaranty from the tenant in order to be sure that all monthly rents will be duly paid. In general, the guaranty is another property belonging to a tenants relative or trustworthy friend. Thus, if the tenant does not pay the rent or destroys the property, the owner can collect the rent and cover any expense.
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* The following information concerns the requirements and legal process to buy and sell real estate in Buenos Aires. You may find some differences in the real estate buying or selling process used in other Argentine cities.