House Prices in Peru

The IMF’s latest report on Peru says that:

“Housing prices have stabilized and cross-country indicators on balance do not suggest a misalignment, although careful monitoring is warranted. Regional comparators show that Peru’s property market is still in line with the rest of the region. Although indicators of the price-to rent ratio show Peru relatively high in the distribution of Latin American countries, the absolute value of this indicator does not appear excessive. In addition, cross-country indicators of housing prices place Peru in the bottom-half of the price distribution of a broader sample of countries. Nevertheless, property price indices in Peru only reflect the capital, Lima.”

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Labels: Global Housing Watch


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