Financial Advice in Bolivia

Lump sum investments in Bolivia can be made in the property market. There is the unusual concept of the “anticrético” contract in the rental sector. The renter gives the landlord a fixed sum at the onset of the rental period in place of the monthly rent. At the end of the period, the landlord returns the sum in full. A landlord can make lump sum investments in Bolivia thru a concept called anticrético. The lessee will pay the lessor in lump sum for, say, a period of 1 year instead of paying monthly. The lessor then invests the money. After a year, the lessor gives back the original amount of the lease money.

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