Rentals. The most controversial points of the law that the Senate could approve

Iznogud

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The famous «Screw me, screw you Blues».

Already less rental properties, more (unaffordable for most) for sale.

Construction industry will take another final blow as investment fades to nothing.

Construction workers are essentially temps working for a journal income, not a monthly one since they are sort of specialized.

But on paper, the deal looks democratic enough to be popular (and fool those stupid enough not to see the mid-long term effects).

Good job.

Iz
 

Ceviche

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Can anyone clarify, if new rental law obliges tenant to buy "inmobilaria" fees?

Today I met one immobilaria and she lied to me ( I believe ) that the tenant must pay too.

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And if the lease is for 3 years, what are rights of tenant to quit after 1 year?
 

Rich One

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Can anyone clarify, if new rental law obliges tenant to buy "inmobilaria" fees?

Today I met one immobilaria and she lied to me ( I believe ) that the tenant must pay too.

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And if the lease is for 3 years, what are rights of tenant to quit after 1 year?
No rights ..! perhaps cancel half the contract?

Any changes to the eviction procedures ..
Currently the Eviction Procedures are suspended since Many tenants aren't paying rent

.Tenants that can't be evicted?

  1. Tenant with a family minor resident
  2. Tenant with some sort of handicap, vision, motion, operated ..
  3. Tenant over 70 or with resident senior parents
  4. Other..
 

gracielle

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8 August 2020
Two months after the change of the Rental Law, what was the impact on the values of the rents and on the supply of the properties?

 

Rich One

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Extremely interesting, the increase in rental prices 30 % so far this year way over the inflation of 16.3%. The new law favors no one..! Who and how will the Rental Law be enforced..??

The most controversial issue for landlords is the guarantee issue, can't exceed one month rental, on three year contract..!
 

Iznogud

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May be the task of the AFIP as...It is mandatory to declare lease contracts before the Federal Administration of Public Revenues.
You must declare your real estate properties.
Assuming you live in one of them, the rest are work related, leisure or rental.

Nowadays, they can easily crosscheck utilities and other services at each location, use reconnaisance drones and satellite pics (land, countries), etc and figure out if the properties are uninhabited, have undeclared buildings and pools, etc.

Anyways, many, many appartments and housesstill remain under the radar. Airbnb was the perfect solution for those wanting to rent and cash it quietly abroad.

Most properties offered to diplomats, embassies, foreign companies follow this practice of remaining undeclared to the local authorities. Hardly a secret.

Iz
 
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