Real estate exchanges stimulate the country’s economic dynamism. It is important to note that major real estate fairs are held in Lima throughout the year, such as ExpoUrbania, which takes place from May 18 to 21 at the Parque de la Exposición.
Lima, Peru, May 21, 2023.— The Peruvian real estate market has experienced significant growth in recent years and real estate exchanges have been key events in this process. Fortunately, since last year they have returned to the face-to-face format, bringing excellent results and benefits to the housing sector.
First of all, it is important to emphasize that the returns from these real estate exchanges have increased the interest and participation of potential buyers in the purchase of apartments. According to statistics collected by the Ministry of Housing, Construction and Sanitation, the real estate market in Peru is expected to continue to grow, with an expected sale of 32,000 apartments in 2023, which will be boosted by an increased supply of projects, prices more competitive and better access to credit by citizens,” says Humberto Marín, commercial manager of Urbana Peru.
These fairs offer the opportunity to become acquainted with the full range of the various real estate projects. In addition, you can communicate directly with experts in the sector, obtain information about the benefits and available financing options.
One of the most notable attractions of these exchanges is the opportunity to access special prices that are only available on these dates. This is reinforced by the presence of several banking entities that can evaluate the stakeholders on the spot.
It is important to note that major real estate fairs are held in Lima throughout the year, such as the Exhibition Urbaniawhich runs from 18 to 21 May in the Exhibition park. During this event, Urban Peru will make available to attendees a wide range of apartments, totaling 747 units, with apartments in the districts of San Miguel, Santa Beatriz, Santa Catalina, San Borja, Surquillo, Miraflores and San Isidro. It should be noted that the unmet demand for housing in the country continues to grow and currently exceeds 600,000 families.
In short, the return of real estate markets in Peru has brought positive momentum to the real estate market, boosting sales, creating employment and strengthening the country’s economy.
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