Depending on the neighborhood, the rent of a two-room apartment can exceed 65,000 pesos per month.

The rental from departments is a crucial issue in the economy of the Buenos aires city: more than a million people live in rented houses, which must deal not only with the uncertainty of not having their own roof, but also run a race against prices that are affected by the consequences of the inflation.

In this sense, those who rent a Department from two environments, or seek to do so. In 2021, the increase in rents was above 52%. In turn, it is estimated that in the first quarter of 2022 the rise could also be around that figure due to new contracts.

The figure of more than one million porteños living in rented homes is derived from a report by the City Statistics and Census Directorate based on the 2020 Annual Household Survey.

Depending on the neighborhood, the rent of a two-room apartment can exceed 65,000 pesos per month.

In the Federal capital, which is inhabited by about three million people, there is a 34.8% of families that rent and 53.5% who are owners. In 2006, those figures were 60.7% of families who owned their home and 27.7% of renters.

In the case of two room apartments, during the pandemic they experienced a kind of boom, since they were among the most required to buy in the well modality (they are bought before they are built). The specialists affirm that they were sought out not only by young people with a certain solvency who were looking for their first home, but also by investors.

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It is not the reality of tenants, who in 2021 had to deal with an unstable market due to the high inflationary regime of the local economy: almost in saga with the cost of living, rentals last year had an increase above 52% in the Buenos aires city. And it is estimated that 2022 could continue the trend.

The protection of tenants in the midst of the crisis will largely depend on what happens with the Rental Law, to which the Government committed to the legislative treatment of a new version in the face of what was already recognized by the ruling party as the “failure” of the one that was sanctioned in June 2020, shortly after the quarantine began due to the coronavirus pandemic .

In the City there are more than a million people who live in rented properties.
In the City there are more than a million people who live in rented properties.

Thus the things, to be able rent a two room apartment In the City, the references surveyed in portals specialized in the real estate business show a strong fluctuation according to the neighborhood, the conditions, the offers and the security situation. They start at $22,500 and can reach $65,000, although the latter case is for those aspiring to live in Madero Port.

City of Buenos Aires: rental of two-room apartments

  • Agronomy: from 40,800 pesos plus expenses.
  • Almagro: from 33,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • Balvanera: from 31,700 pesos plus expenses.
  • Barracks: from 25,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • Belgrano: from 34,500 pesos plus expenses.
  • Boedo: from 33,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • Little horse: from 31,500 pesos plus expenses.
  • Chacarita: from 35,723 pesos plus expenses.
  • Coghlan: from 40,500 pesos plus expenses.
  • Schoolchildren: from 18,500 pesos plus expenses.
  • Constitution: from 29,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • Flowers: from 26,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • Floresta: from 29,400 pesos plus expenses.
  • La Boca: from 39,500 pesos plus expenses.
  • La Paternal: from 32,400 pesos plus expenses.
  • Liniers: from 32,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • Slaughterhouses: from 34,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • Monserrat: from 32,814 pesos plus expenses.
  • Monte Castro: from 37,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • Nueva Pompeya: from 25,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • Núñez: from 32,600 pesos plus expenses.
  • Palermo: from 36,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • Avellaneda Park: from 45,500 pesos plus expenses.
  • Chacabuco Park: from 25,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • Chas Park: from 41,300 pesos plus expenses.
  • Parque Patricios: from 34,580 pesos plus expenses.
  • Puerto Madero: from 65,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • Recoleta: from 34,000 plus expenses.
  • Saavedra: from 35,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • San Cristóbal: from 30,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • San Nicolás: from 29,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • San Telmo: from 22,500 pesos plus expenses.
  • Vélez Sarsfield: from 30,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • Villa Crespo: from 33,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • Villa del Parque: from 28,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • Villa Devoto: from 32,900 pesos plus expenses.
  • Villa General Miter: from 34,800 pesos plus bills for utilities (gas, electricity etc.).
  • Villa Luro: from 35,400 pesos plus expenses.
  • Villa Ortúzar: from 38,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • Villa Pueyrredón: from 35,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • Villa Santa Rita: from 30,000 pesos plus expenses.
  • Villa Urquiza: from 33,100 pesos plus expenses.

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