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Cities That Have The Most Expensive Life In The World In 2017




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A few days ago we published the the Best and the Worst Places of the World as per the Quality of Living Survey Today we have the 10 cities in the world where life will be the most expensive this year.

In the course of sociological research data were analyzed real estate market 406 largest cities in the world in the third quarter of 2016. At the same time it used the principle of "multi-middle" - the average cost of housing, divided by the average income of the average household. It turned out that particularly expensive in 2017 are expected life in Australia, New Zealand, China, Britain and the United States.


1

Hong Kong

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Finally, the most expensive city to live in 2017 - Hong Kong, China. The indicator "Multiple mean" here a little bit down with a staggering 19 units last year to 18.1 units, but still left Hong Kong all the other cities of the world far behind.


2

Sydney

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Sydney, Australia with the indicator "multiple middle" of 12.2 units.


3

Vancouver

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Vancouver, British Columbia with an indicator, "multiple middle" of 11.8 units.


4

Auckland

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Auckland, New Zealand with the indicator "multi-mid '10 units.


5

San Jose

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San Jose, USA with an indicator, "multiple middle" of 9.6 units.


6

Melbourne

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Melbourne, Australia with an indicator, "multiple middle" of 9.5 units.


7

Honolulu

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In the capital of Hawaii indicator "Multiple mean" equal to 9.4 units.


8

Los Angeles

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In Los Angeles, the percentage of growth of property value over the last 14 months, approximately equal to the percentage growth of household income for 12 months, which gives the index of "multiple middle" of 9.3 units.


9

San Francisco

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California city has a measure of "multiple middle" of 9.2 units.


10

Bournemouth, UK

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Life in this British city in the county of Dorset, and popular with the British resort on the shores of the English Channel afford not to everyone. At the end of 2016, the indicator "multiple middle" (that is, the average cost of housing, divided by the average household income of the average) was 8.9. This is even greater than that of London, which is also very not cheap with the same period of 8.5 units.





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