yea a lot of them were mostly the junk parcels being sold for like 1 million minimums, etc. no real development associated with those.tiagoabner wrote: ↑Tue Jul 28, 2020 4:10 pmThere were a few "parcelas" in the South going for reasonably low rates. Although with all things Chile, you really need to read the fine print and check on water rights and on the infrastructure for the area.admin wrote: ↑Tue Jul 28, 2020 3:09 pmyea, the southern chile lots seem to be going for well under previous auctions.
might be fun to see if there is more action as people get their AFP money.
I am sure not everyone is a financial moron and heading out to drink their retirement savings away; just most people.
however, some of the others I know almost their entire titles history fairly well because I own a property down the road from them, and other lots have gone to auction before for higher prices. did not check the location of the particular parcel within the community, but the general prices had been going about 13 to 17 million before, and yesterday went for 11 million I believe. There was another one in the area that had no infrastructure associated with it. not a surprise it went cheap. in fact they probably paid too much.