Interest in buying or renting a home has been reactivated during the second quarter of the year due to the fact that mortgage rates have stagnated and no longer maintain a growing trend as in previous months, he assures Hernan Pontiexecutive director of Grupo Navent, the firm that owns the Adondevivir and Urbania portals.
According to the manager, housing searches have increased around 35% during this month compared to the results of April.
Proof of this is that both portals together register more than 3 million monthly visits on average. “We are talking about what there are more than 2.5 million people looking for properties”says Ponti.
The most sought-after homes are those in the so-called sectors B and C, whose prices do not exceed US$180,000. “Sector A still needs to be energized, but we are making good progress in the number of searches. The results compared to the first quarter of the year rose 22%,” says the spokesperson for Navent.
Home searches have increased by around 35% this month. Photo: diffusion
The districts that generate the most interest are Magdalena, Pueblo Libre, Surco and San Borja; and to a lesser extent San Isidro and Miraflores.
From May 18 to 21, the ExpoUrbania 2023 on the esplanade of the Parque de la Exposición. The fair will have more than 3,000 properties on offer and more than 80 real estate agents will participate.
According to Ponti, during this edition around 8,000 people are expected to visit. In addition, it is expected to achieve between 600 and 800 separations.
Eye. Currently, mortgage credit rates in the banking system range between 10.4% and 37.42%, with GNB being the institution with the lowest rank and Mibanco with the highest.
Profile. 54% of real estate show buyers are primarily millennialsthat is, adults between 30 and 40 years of age.
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