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Buenos Aires is made up of 48 barrios or neighborhoods. Within the city, there are no ownership restrictions for non-residents. The bulk of international buyers come from the U.S. and Europe, arriving with cash in hand. Mortgages here are rare.
The range of residential architecture is vast, from Argentina’s Gilded Age mansions to contemporary skyscraping condominiums with views clear straight through to the neighboring country of Uruguay. In Greater Buenos Aires, buyers can even find traditional estancias, restored ranches that are more than a century aged. Increasingly, preservationists are campaigning to have older structures restored rather than razed to maintain the city’s architectural heritage.