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When I visited Chile and looked at some properties, I found that many had bad accessibility. To get to some properties, we had to drive many kilometers through mud or bad gravel roads. The realtor even showed us a property that was only accessible in summer. Can you tell me what the road is like to your property? Dirt? Gravel? Paved?

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From a highway, you will have to take a smaller paved road and drive about 4 kilometers. After that 300-400 meters of dirt road until you enter the property. The section from the highway was just paved in December 2017. We are very happy about it because before it was a dirt road in bad condition.

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Dear Rufina,

I don't suppose you would provide Longitude and Latitude coordinates and/or a google map of the property with directions from the Santiago airport would you? If not. when will you please make this available? I really want to see it for myself!

Very Best,

Steve

Just FYI, here is the 10 day forcast for Santiago.:

 
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A mainly sunny sky. High around 85F. Winds SSW at 10 to 20 mph.
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FEB 8
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FEB 9
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Hello Steve,
Currently, we are not disclosing the location of the project. We want to wait until more is developed and we are ready to launch the sale. Of course, if someone is already in Chile and wants to check out the property, as some have already done, they can contact us by email and we can coordinate a showing

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Rufina,

That sounds fair. I hope to make a trip there sometime in the second half of March. I will contact you before I confirm my travel plans to make sure we have time to get together and see what is, and what will be.

Very best,

Steve

I will be busy untill at least the 15th. I will return to see how things are going in a couple weeks.

 

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Steve,

I am glad to hear that your meeting went well. On airlines, just look for options on Travelocity. In most cases, they gave us the best deals. When flying to Chile from the USA, we usually stopped in Atlanta. I know that there are also direct flights from Maimi, Houston, and LA. Prices from the States are generally higher than from Europe. I liked the nonstop flight from Paris, and it was considerably less than from the US. Regarding what airline... never pay attention to that, whatever option is better.

Best regards,
Rufina

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