Girard assured that “we are taking another step in the work agenda that we have carried out with the real estate sector since the day we took office, to try to solve structural problems that have been dragging on for many years.”
During the meeting, the minister stressed that “we were able to provide concrete responses to situations that the private sector raised for us. For this, we had to adapt rules and resolve bureaucratic issues, based on coordinated work with other areas of the provincial government. with that job, We simplify procedures and move forward with a clear ordering of urban developmentswhich are important because they have a great impact on the economy and job creation”.
What were the advances of ARBA
- Enabling for notaries and notaries to directly process the update of tax liability, without the need for the intervention of ARBA
- Retroactive termination by purchase ticket
- Possibility of modifying the data of multiple items simultaneously, which speeds up and simplifies the process to access property deeds in large real estate developments.
Participating in the work meeting, representing ARBA, were the head of the organization, Cristian Girard; the chief of staff, Nicolás De Hoz; and the deputy director of Collection and Cadastre, Federico Gosman; and for CEDU they did Patricio Lanusse, Pablo Dameno, Javier Vázquez, Esteban Edelstein Pernice, Julio Ernesto Tissone, Roberto Avellina and Jorge Kacef.