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¿Comprar o arrendar una vivienda? Una aplicación para el caso de la ciudad de La Paz

  • Tejada Mauricio

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  • Rafael Vidaurre

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El mercado inmobiliario en la ciudad de La Paz atraviesa por un contexto favorable con un volumen creciente de recursos disponibles en el sistema financiero, tasas de interés reales bajas, una moneda cada vez más apreciada y un crecimiento del stock de diferentes tipos de viviendas. En este contexto, surge el interrogante sobre cuáles son los determinantes de la compra de una solución habitacional. Entre esos determinantes, algunas características socio-económicas propias de las familias pueden determinar que éstas estén racionadas en el mercado de crédito, por lo que aunque podría ser óptimo comprar una vivienda, la familia tiene que arrendarla. Para modelar la decisión de compra bajo racionamiento de crédito se siguió la metodología de Henderson e Ioannides (1986, 1983). Se encontró que características como el ingreso, la edad, el nivel de escolaridad y el estado civil del jefe de hogar determinan la posibilidad de acceder a un mercado crediticio para el financiamiento de una vivienda.

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