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Top 10 of the most sought after districts to buy a home in Lima

Top 10 of the most sought after districts to buy a home in Lima

The districts of Modern Limasuch as Jesus Mary, Magdalene and Saint Michael They have become the most sought after by Peruvians to buy a home, according to a report by Urbania. In the case of Lima Top, Santiago de Surco, Miraflores and San Isidro They are the most preferred areas by buyers. These jurisdictions grew in sales by more than 30% compared to the previous year, according to data from the Association of Real Estate Companies of Peru (ASEI).

On the other hand, in Traditional Lima, the Peruvians prefer to acquire a property in districts of Ate Vitarte, La Molina, La Victoria and Cercado de Lima. The latter stands out in this segment thanks to the 1,001 homes sold, where the preference for spaces between 60 and 100 square meters is revealed.

Modern Lima Lime Top Traditional Lime
Jesus Maria Santiago de Surco tie
cupcake miraflores La Molina
San Miguel San Isidro The victory
Lima fence

Next real estate fair: where and when will it be?

From Thursday, May 18 to Sunday, May 21, the ExpoUrbania 2023 real estate fair, in the esplanade of the Parque de la Exposición, where there will be great offers for own housing, informed Luciano Barredo, marketing manager of the Navent Group. At the event, people You will be able to find more than 20,000 options for apartments, offices and lots throughout the country.

“It is important to highlight that the fair is attended not only by people who are interested in looking for their first home, but also by those who are considering this market to invest in,” said the executive.

Buyer profile

According to the study of urbania54% of shoppers are primarily millennials (adults between 30 and 40 years old), 29.8% are made up of generation X (adults between 43 and 54 years old), while baby boomers (44 and 77 years old) represent 15.6%. Finally, 0.6% of buyers are made up of generation Z (8 and 23 years old).

Another no less detail is that 52% of buyers are women and the rest are men. According to the report, one in 10 attendees at real estate fairs separates their property, whether for housing or investment.

Source: Larepublica

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