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How do I find a place to live in Peru?

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We asked expats how they chose their neighborhood and found a place to live. They answered...

"One of the best ways to find a place to live in Peru is to use online resources such as websites and social media. Websites such as Craigslist, Expat.com, and EasyRoommate are great for finding rental properties in Peru. Additionally, social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter can be used to search for rental properties in Peru. Additionally, it is also possible to find a place to live in Peru by asking around in the local community. Many people in Peru are willing to rent out their homes or apartments to foreigners. Finally, it is also possible to find a place to live in Peru by using a real estate agent. Real estate agents can help you find the perfect place to live in Peru," said another expat in Peru.

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