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Doug Casey’s development in Argentina

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This topic contains 7 replies, has 5 voices, and was last updated by  LARRY LABORDE 5 years, 8 months ago.

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  • #17571

    Has anyone visited Doug’s development in NW Argentina? It seems like an interesting place but a bit pricey for just several weeks a year. Is anyone interested in sharing a house there?
    Larry

    #27137

    THE E.
    Member

    I own a house there, in fact was the first owner to move in, part time. I now rent the house, on and off, when not there myself.

    Ginny Biddle

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    JOHN W.
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    Hello Larry: I am interested in sharing, I have never been there because i thought the price was too high for me personaly. i am a canadian and a athiest, depending on the price involved i am somewhat interested in exploring the idea if you have something in mind. Regards Jack Wallas Barrie Ontario.

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    TED H.
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    I own a lot there, but haven’t built on it yet. I suspect that when I do we’ll spend 3-4 months a year there and rent it the rest of the time.

    #27176

    TED H.
    Participant

    Just went down to Chile to check out Simon Black’s proposed “resilient community” there. It’s also pricey and much smaller than Cafayate. However, it’s a very nice area (Talca is the closest city) and there is lots of good quality farmland available in the district. A number of gringos are just buying their own farms near the SB Rescom/Talca and doing their own thing.

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    DOUG T.
    Member

    Ted,
    If you were going to build, would it be Argentina or Chile?
    Didn’t Bonner also mention something about Ecuador on this site as being a place they were looking to develop? I really want to check all of them out at some point in the next year.

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    TED H.
    Participant

    Argentina. LEC is well-developed and quite a comfortable place. Simon’s farm in Argentina is still pretty much an unknown. In fact we are pretty well along in our house design for LEC.

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    TED H.
    Participant

    Oops, I meant Simon’s place in CHILE.

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