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Sale and rental prices in Lima: What changes with such a high exchange rate?
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Sale and rental prices in Lima: What changes with such a high exchange rate?

According to the criteria ofKnow moreThe historical rise of the dollar At the close of the first Monday in June, it was the peak in the recurring scenario of uncertainty that the country is experiencing as a result of the presidential elections.The rapid rise in the currency, despite being always forecast, does not stop having a direct impact on the price of certain products. In the case of the real estate market in Lima, the effects have been slightly diminished by the inexhaustible demand for housing among Peruvian families.SIGHT: Pensions, an urgent problem: How will the next government find the ONP and the AFPs?Despite this, in the opinion of the players in the sector, it is not totally ruled out that in the medium or short term the market may rearrange itself to avoid the still pres...
Trinitario Casanova files the appeal in the Provincial Court against BBVA and DCN
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Trinitario Casanova files the appeal in the Provincial Court against BBVA and DCN

Trinitario Casanova warned and has complied. The Alicante businessman, through the legal department of his conglomerate Baraka Capital Group, has filed an appeal at the Provincial Court of Madrid against BBVA and Distrito Castellana Norte (the promoter of Madrid Nuevo Norte) for the rights of those known as reversionists over the land in this area, which it estimates at 713 million of euros. The fight comes from afar. The penultimate chapter closed in April of this year, when the magistrate of the Court of First Instance from Madrid Ana Isabel Collado dismissed the lawsuit filed by Trinitario Casanova. The lawyers did not understand that in just one month (the trial was held on March 25 and the sentence arrived on April 29), the judge was able to analyze the thousands of pages (36 volum...
Barranco: high value per m² does not stop the growth of its real estate inventory
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Barranco: high value per m² does not stop the growth of its real estate inventory

According to the criteria ofKnow moreTo its well-earned fame as a bohemian and cultural district, the attractiveness of its streets has been added -for several years ago- to attract not only real estate companies but also future residents, who have noticed Barranco's high potential for investment. and live.SIGHT: Real estate: San Martín de Porres is the cheapest district while Barranco is the most expensiveAnd even though a recent report from Urbania places it as the district with the highest price per square meter (m²), with S / 9,156 on average, its varied real estate offer allows you to find apartments from S / 244,000 to some of more than S / 2 million, both in its most emblematic as on the boardwalk or in other expansion areas.SIGHT: Modern Lima: why has it established itself as the a...
House prices increased 8.4% in 2020
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House prices increased 8.4% in 2020

The purchase and sale of housing in Portugal decreased in 2020, having sold 171,800 houses, 9,678 less than in the previous year, but prices increased 8.4%, according to a study by BPI. Last year, the real estate market was resilient in the face of the economic crisis caused by the pandemic, with housing prices rising 8.4%, but the price increase was 1.2 percentage points below that recorded in 2019, thus consolidating a tendency to slow the pace of price growth after the peak of 2018, says the report released today. In 2020, 171,800 homes were transacted, 9,678 less than in 2019. A loss that was concentrated in the second quarter, thanks to the first restricted confinement that lasted 45 days "says BPI. In the first half of the ye...
PIMCO: “Fixed income will always be necessary despite low rates, it is a matter of population aging”
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PIMCO: “Fixed income will always be necessary despite low rates, it is a matter of population aging”

Ultra-low interest rates are a direct hit to bond investors. It seems that this financial asset no longer makes sense in a saver's portfolio. And anything farter from the reality. "Fixed income will always be necessary despite low rates, it is a matter of population aging", defends Juanma Jiménez, country head of PIMCO in Spain. Like almost everything economic in the world today, the United States and China have the explanation. Financial theory says that the closer to retirement in a person's life cycle, the less risk must be assumed with investments and, therefore, less equities and more fixed income is needed in the portfolio. "In the US, baby boomers they are retiring and more bond issuance is required. In China, the one-child policy has meant that, within 30 years, the population ...