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There is no Miraflores or Surco: the 3 most expensive districts of Lima to rent an apartment

There is no Miraflores or Surco: the 3 most expensive districts of Lima to rent an apartment

Lime It is the city in Peru with the most population and, therefore, the most demand for land, houses and apartments. This causes the prices of the aforementioned goods to be high when purchasing or renting them.

However, not all districts of Lime They present the same prices when it comes to real estate. Depending on the area, there can be very noticeable differences in cost and some of them have become the most expensive to rent a department.

What are the 3 districts of Lima where renting an apartment is most expensive?

Surprisingly, neither Miraflores nor Surco top the list of the most expensive districts to rent a car. department in Lime. According to a recent study by Urbania Index, the districts of Barranco, San Isidro and Lince are those with the highest prices in the rental market.

In Barranco, the average cost of renting a department of 100 square meters is S/3,893 per month. For its part, in San Isidro and Lince, the average rental prices are S/3,487 and S/3,345 per month, respectively.

The cheapest districts to rent an apartment

On the other hand, there are also districts in Lime where rental prices are more affordable. These are usually located in areas further away from the city center or in areas with lower demand. Below, the top 3 of the cheapest districts to rent a car department in the capital:

  • Tie: S/1,961
  • Los Olivos: S/1,475
  • San Martín de Porres: S/1,325.

What is the most expensive area of ​​Lima to rent an apartment?

If one has the necessary financial resources and is interested in the most expensive rental areas, without having the intention of purchasing property, then San Isidro is the place to consider.

The most expensive area to rent, where the monthly cost can rise to S/4,151 for a 100 square meter apartment, with three bedrooms and a parking lot, is San Isidro Financiero. This neighborhood is located in the economic center of the district, surrounded by banks and various corporate offices.

However, high rents can also be found in southern San Isidro, which can reach S/4,098 per month. On the other hand, in Barranco, the third most expensive area is located in Nuevo Barranco, an area that has experienced an increase in its cost of living due to a gentrification process in recent years.

  San Isidro Financiero, the most expensive area of ​​Lima to rent an apartment.  Photo: Google

San Isidro Financiero, the most expensive area of ​​Lima to rent an apartment. Photo: Google

Source: Larepublica

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