Price/Rent Ratio in Peru compared to Latin America

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El Salvador 12 yrs
Nicaragua 13 yrs
Costa Rica 13 yrs
Ecuador 15 yrs
Colombia 16 yrs
Panama 17 yrs
Uruguay 20 yrs
Peru 21 yrs
Mexico 24 yrs
Chile 24 yrs
Brazil 31 yrs
Argentina 41 yrs

Peru: Price/rent ratio

This ratio is typically used for measuring undervaluation/overvaluation of real estate prices, calculated by dividing the gross rental yield by 100 so the higher the yield, the lower the price/rent ratio.

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Peru does not publish house price statistics, and generally its statistics are weak. The Ministerio de Econom'a y Finanzas has basic statistics on production, prices, interest rates, international reserves and the balance of payments. There are financial statistics at the Banco Central de Reserva del Peru. The Instituto Nacional de Estadistica e Informatica produces data, but not on-line time-series.