Post Number: 1
|Posted on Friday, March 14, 2008 - 7:26 am: |
First, I would just like to say that I read this website regularly and I love it. I especially enjoy reading all the posts from Apartmentsba.com. He is very informative not only about Argentina but about the US economy, etc. Props to him.
Anyway, my husband is from Cordoba, Argentina and we are going to visit in a month and stay for two weeks. I was there roughly 4 years ago and I loved it. I really loved how everything was so affordable. Supposedly, that has changed a bit. My question is this, we are a family of three (my son is 3 years old) and we would love to live in Cordoba for a couple of years. It would be wonderful to enroll my son in a preschool where he can learn fluent Spanish. I also want to learn Spanish. We would have an income of $700 US dollars per month. Can we make it? Is there any way we could love on such a small sum? Please give me your thoughts.
Thank you in advance!!
Post Number: 1591
|Posted on Friday, March 14, 2008 - 10:38 pm: |
Jodi, welcome. If it were Buenos Aires I would say definitely not. Cordoba may be somewhat cheaper and depending on where in Cordoba you may be able to save in food and rental. Since your husband is from Cordoba and may have relatives or friends, would the stay be already solved or is there a need for renting?
Yes, prices have gone up quite a bit and the expectation is that they will remain on the rise.
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Post Number: 3
|Posted on Sunday, March 16, 2008 - 9:15 am: |
Thanks so much for your reply. We will need to rent if we do move to Cordoba. Can you please give me an idea as to how much money will realistically need on a monthly basis to live in Cordoba, Argentina now?
Thanks so much!