Corrugated City

Friday 29 May 2009

Chile Investments

So the big news I mentioned a short while ago.

Over the past few weeks I've been putting together a new website for my business. I am basically continuing along the same lines as before but I will be focusing a little more on agricultural investments in Chile- vineyards, fruit farms, olive groves etc. I will continue to offer real estate consulting for individuals who have found a property and require assistance with the technicalities of purchasing property in Chile, such as legal entry of funds into the country and introductions to my lawyers for the title search and drafting of the purchase contract.

My new website can be found here: Chile Investments

As part of my new focus on vineyards, fruit farms and agricultural real estate in Chile, I will be moving down to Santa Cruz. If you've been reading this blog for more than a few weeks, you'll know that I've been down to visit several times. I really love the small town atmosphere and I miss the countryside living here in Valparaiso. I will definitely miss living full time in Valpo but I'm also looking forward to a change of scenery. I intend to rent a studio in Valpo once I'm settled in Santa Cruz so I can come back for weekends and visits. I certainly don't want to completely cut all ties with this city, it's been good to me!

So if you're an investor and looking for a vineyard in Chile, a fruit farm in Chile, real estate in Chile, real estate in Santa Cruz, Colchagua Valley or any kind of investment in Chile, please feel free to get in touch and I'll help out in any way that I can.


Woodward Chile said...

Will you continue blogging about Valparaiso, start another one about Santa Cruz, or all/none of the above?

Matt said...

I'm way ahead of you there...I registered my new blog, Colchaguino last week, although I won't start writing til August at the earliest. And I'll keep updating Corrugated City with old photos and bits and pieces as well, although with even less frequency than over the past couple of months.

Mamacita Chilena said...

Congrats Matt! New business and a new home...all very exciting!!!

Dan said...

You know, I just wrote a snarky comment and then erased it because I decided I didn't want to be shitty ALL the time. So let me just offer you congratulations and best wishes, because it sounds like a great move.

And I'll be shitty next time.

Matt said...

Well, I have to say I was waiting for the snark...and feel slightly let down by the lack of it.

But thanks for the good wishes and I agree - it does sound like a great move. I can't wait to live in the country again, it's been 8 years since I spent more than couple of weeks surrounded by greenery.

You should think about fruit slinging in South America sometime.

Emily said...

Congrats! Both the new business and the new town sound great - from my brief visit there a few years ago I remember Santa Cruz being gorgeous, so I'm looking forward to seeing your photography skills put to use there. And next time I run into someone looking to buy a vineyard, I'll be sure to send them your way. Good luck with the move!

Matt said...


Santa Cruz is gorgeous. Sleepy and boring as well, but that's mostly what attracts me.