Buying Land in South America
by JULIETTE SMITH on JULY 26, 2004 - 4 Comments in LAND

Brazil’s coast-line is for sale and Argentina, still reeling from the economic collapse, also has land deals. Westerners with cash to spare are heading out there to buy land. Better in our hands than some faceless multinational.

Prices vary, but can be as little as $25 per acre. Life is cheap wherever you are outside the big cities in South America, and you can grow food and live self-sufficiently. The climate is mostly temperate in Argentina but gets cold and arid as you go up in the Andes. The coastal plains are fertile and it isn’t difficult to find a piece of land with a stream or on the coast. In Brazil avoid the Nordeste, the dry north-eastern region.

Links

Argentine-land.com Land for sale in Argentina

Viviun International Property Listings

LandAndFarm.com

land and property for sale in brazil (in Portuguese)

land and property for sale in Argentina (in Spanish)

EscapeArtist.com international real estate, has good information on buying and living in these countries.

Brazzil Online magazine about Brazil (in English)

if you�re thinking about buying a disused mine or quarry: Brazil department of Mines and Energy (in Portuguese)

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4 comments

1 Sam { 01.21.10 at 12:20 am }

I am thinking of denouncing my United States citizenship and moving to Costa Rica, Peru, Ecuador or somewhere where I can try to be self sufficient. I own two rental properties in Charlotte NC that produce some incom. I just started looking into this do you have any good ideas or advice? Thanks in advance!- Your friend, Sam

2 Bruno { 05.06.13 at 1:57 pm }

For Sale 2000 hectareas or 5000 hectareas in Uruguay, the best land to agriculture. contact abaco12345@hotmail.com

3 Spyridon { 02.18.14 at 7:35 am }

Looking to buy 5- 10 hectares of land with a stream in Argentina, to live of the land and off the grid.

4 Cristophe { 07.24.14 at 3:52 pm }

Selling 7 to 8 hectares of land best for farming in San Felipe, Fifth Region, Chile, less from 1 hour in vehicle to Santiago de Chile.

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