Lima is the sixth city with the most expensive square meter (m2) in Latin America, according to data revealed by the Real Estate Survey of Latin America (RIAL), prepared by the Center for Research in Finance (CIF) of the Universidad Torcuato Di Tella and Navent.
Thus, the average price per square meter in the capital is located at US$ 2,080 as of September of this year, according to the Statista infographic.
In the first place is Santiago de Chile, with a price per square meter of US $ 3,278, followed by Montevideo (US $ 2,857), Buenos Aires (US $ 2,847), Mexico City (US $ 2,269) and Rio de Janeiro (US $ 2,224).
Bogota It has the cheapest average price in the region, at US $ 1,217.
The report adds that the price per square meter in the analyzed cities fell by 0.3% in dollars between March and September of this year, while in local currencies it increased by 5.5%, as a result of the devaluation registered by some of them since the beginning. of the pandemic COVID-19.
In order to achieve a homogeneous and comparable sample, the report takes into account the prices requested by sellers in classified ads of one or two-bedroom apartments with an area of between 20 and 100 m2 and whose total price is between US $ 10,000 and US $ 300,000.