chi chi wrote:
Lloyd007 wrote:As for apartments, I don't know how people manage to pay such high rents... what do they do for a living?
They get in debt. They get more debt than they allready have.
More and more people stop pay rent at all.
Agreed: The financial/economic stress of over indebtedness.
. When the sol was on the rise and the dollar was falling 2008, my landlord attempted to change our contract after we had only been renting for a month. I was paying in dollars.
News of the day:
90% of Peruvians suffered financial stress in the last 12 months
Tuesday, February 17, 2015
The founder and President of IFAYDI Eliane King, said that of the total percentage, 65% suffered from this kind of stress derived from a not-so-favorable economic situation.
Approximately, 90% of the Peruvian population suffered the so-called "financial stress" during 2014, primarily product of economic problems, said today the family Institute and the money (IFAYDI).
In this regard, IFAYDI Eliane King President, said that of that total percentage, 65% is basically produced by economic issues, such as debt or overdraft.